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ANNUAL REPORTS 

of the 

Town Officers 

of 

Wilton, N.H. 

for the 

Year Ending December 3 1 , 1982 

and of the 

OFFICERS OF THE 

MASCENIC SCHOOL DISTRICT 

For the 

Year Ending June 30, 1982 



The Cabinet Press, Inc. - Milford, N. H. — 1983 



University of New Hampshire Library 



INDEX 

Ambulance and Rescue , 63 

Balance Sheet 16 

Budget for Town 9 

Building Inspector's Report 60 

Detailed Statement of Payments 33 

Fire Department 56 

Inventory of Valuation 30 

"Island" Housing Project 66 

Library 50 

Nashua Regional Planning 67 

Police Department 54 

Receipts and Payments 25 

Recreation Committee 65 

Recycling Center 62 

Schedule of Town Property 15 

School District Reports Color Pages 

Selectmen's Report 14 

Sewer Commissioner's Report 59 

Statement of Appropriations 18 

1982 Synopsis of Town Meetings 70 

Tax Collector 21 

Town Clerk 32 

Town Officers 3 

Town Treasurer 24 

Trustees of Trust Funds 47 

Vital Statistics 74 

Warrant for Town Meeting 5 

Waterworks 58 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Youth Center 64 



TOWN OFFICERS - 1982 



Selectmen 




StuartS. Draper 
Gregory S. Bohosiewicz 
Stephen K. Blanchard 


1983 
1984 
1985 


Tax Collector 

Sandra M. Trow 


1983 


Town Clerk 

Sandra M. Trow 


1983 



Town Treasurer 

Barry A. Greene 1983 



Auditors 

Gail Proctor 
Howard Mason 



1984 

1983 

(resigned) 



Trustee of Trust Funds 

Robert Harrison 1983 

John H. Hutchinson 1984 

Earl W. Watts 1985 

Budget Committee 
Eddie J. Lamminen, Jr. 1983 

Chairman 
Donna Mae Hoover 1985 

Donald McGettigan, Sr. 1985 

Howard Mason 1985 

Cheryl Burns 1983 

Richard Rockwood 1984 

Norman K. Stimson 1984 

Barbara Schultz 1984 

William Israel 1984 

Stuart S. Draper 

Selectmen Member 
Sandra M. Trow 

School Bd. Member 

Moderator 

Vincent Alsf eld 1984 

Supervisors of Checklist 
Lillian G. Dick 1984 

Mildred Gibbons 1986 

Cheryl Burns 1988 



Zoning Board of Adjustment 
Greg Bohosiewicz, Chm. 
Steven Collins 
Thomas Mitchell 
Gail Proctor 
Harland Savage, Jr. 
Gary Frye (Alternate) 
Don Taylor (Alternate) 
Lynne Draper (Alternate) 
Gary Crooker (Alternate) 

Conservation Commission 

Philip C. Heald 

Civil Defense 

Bart Hunter 

Health Officer 

Elizabeth Stevens, R.N. 

Dog Officer 

Wilton Police Department 

Corder of Wood 

Frank Burbee 

Nashua Regional 
Planning Commission 
Philip C. Heald 
Gail Proctor 

Planning Board 

Sidney Barnes, Chm. 
Edward Bushey 
Kenneth Sargent 
Stephen Blanchard 

Selectmen Member 
Eugene Edwards 
Fred Roedel 
Hubert Hoover 
Nancy Daly (Alternate) 

Overseer of Welfare 

Charles 0. McGettigan, Jr. 

Chief of Police 

George L. Ay res 



Fire Chief 
Gilbert Testa 

Assistant Fire Chiefs 
Robert B. Pollock 
C. Stanley Schultz 

Forest Fire Warden 
C. Stanley Schultz 

Highway Agent 
Charles 0. McGettigan, Jr. 

Water Commissioners 

James A. Tuttle 
Eugene Edwards 
Charles McGettigan 



1983 
1984 
1985 



Sewer Commissioners 

George W.Quinn 1983 

C.Stanley Schultz 1984 

Raymond Mahoney 1985 

Masonry, Brick & Stone 
Leroy V. Tuttle 

Library Trustees 

Mrs. C. R. Myer, Emeritus 
Spencer C. Brookes III 
Glory Ann Bier 
Ellen C. Holt 
Earl W. Watts 
Harland H. Savage, Jr. 
C. Wilson Sullivan 
Leonard Peterson 



Surveyors of Lumber 

Leslie R. Frye 
Philip C. Heald 
Welby P. Lowe 

Building Inspector 

Norman K. Stimson 
Sandra M. Trow, Deputy 

Forest Committee 

Philip C. Heald 

Cemeteries 

Selectmen 

Parks and Playgrounds 

Ned Bunnell 1983 

Roland Brochu 1984 

Rene Houle 1985 

Recreation Committee 

Eddie J. Lamminen, Jr. 1985 

Harold Melcher 1984 

Janet Johnson 1984 

Gary Crooker 1983 

Ned Bunnell 1985 



State of New Hampshire 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Wilton in the County of 
Hillsborough and the State of New Hampshire qualified to vote in 
Town Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to appear at the Town Hall in said 
Wilton on Tuesday, the eighth day of March A.D. 1983 at 10:00 
a.m. to ballot for necessary Town Officers. 

(POLLS ARE TO REMAIN OPEN UNTIL 6:00 P.M.) 

At 7:30 p.m. on the same day at the Wilton School District 
Auditorium adjoining Whiting Park, all business other than ballot 
questions will be acted upon as follows: 

1. To choose all necessary Town Officers for the year ensuing. (By 
Ballot) 

2. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning Ordinance as 
proposed by the Planning Board. (By Ballot) 

3. To see if the Town will authorize the Water Commission and the 
Selectmen to investigate alternative methods to improve the Wilton 
Water Works System to meet State standards and to adjourn the 
Town Meeting until June 21, 1983, at 7:30 p.m. at the Wilton Town 
Hall; at which adjourned Town Meeting the Town will vote to raise 
and appropriate the sum of One Million and No/ 100 Dollars 
($1,000,000.00) for the purpose of constructing improvements to 
the Wilton Water Supply System, which improvements shall in- 
clude a conventional process-packaged type treatment plan, and/or 
deep rock wells and/or gravel packed wells, to be raised by the is- 
suance of serial bonds and notes in the sum of One Million and 
No/100 Dollars ($1,000,000.00). or such lesser sum as shall be re- 
quired after allowance for Federal grants, under and in compliance 
with the provisions of the Municipal Finance Act (New Hampshire 
RSA 33: A et seq. as amended) and to authorize the Selectmen to 
issue and negotiate such bonds or notes and determine the rate of 
interest thereon; and to take such other action as may be necessary 
to effect the issuance, negotiation, sale and delivery of such bonds 
or notes as shall be in the best interests of the Town of Wilton; and 
to authorize the Selectmen to apply for Federal grants from the 
Housing and Urban Development Administration of the United 
States Government or such other agencies from which grants may 



be available to help finance the total project cost of One Million 
and No/100 ($1,000,000.00) and to allow the Selectmen to expend 
such monies as become available from the Federal Government 
from whatever source and to authorize the Selectmen and the 
Water Commissioners to construct the project and to pass any vote 
relating thereto. (By Petition) 

4. To see if the Town is in favor of changing the term of the Town 
Clerk from one year to three years, beginning with the term of the 
Town Clerk to be elected at next year's regular Town Meeting. (By 
Petition) (By Ballot). 

5. Shall we adopt the provisions of RSA 72:43-b and 43-c for ex- 
panded exemptions on real estate which provides for a resident 65 
years of age up to 75, a $5000. exemption; a resident 75 years of age 
up to 80, a $10,000. exemption; a resident 80 years of age or older, 
a $20,000. exemption, provided that the resident owns the real 
estate individually or jointly with another or his spouse with whom 
he has been living for at least 5 years as man and wife; said resident 

has a net income of less than $7,000 or combined income with 
spouse of less than $9,000. and owns assets of any kind, tangible or 
intangible, less bonefide encumbrances, not in excess of the value 
specified in RSA 72:43-c III; provided that the exemptions shall be 
based upon the assessed value of the real estate? (Amended 1977, 
226:1; 576:3, eff. April 1, 1977.) (By Petition) (By Ballot) 



6. To see if the Town will approve of having two sessions for the 
annual Town Meeting in this Town: the first session for choice of 
Town Officers elected by an official ballot and other action re- 
quired to be inserted on said official ballot and the second session, 
on a date set by the selectmen, for transaction of other business. 
(By Ballot) 



7. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors and Committees or Of- 
ficers heretofore chosen, and to pass any vote relating thereto. 



8. To see if the town will vote to authorize the Selectmen and Town 
Treasurer to borrow money upon the credit of the Town in an- 
ticipation of taxes, or take any other action relating thereto. 



9. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to administer or 
dispose of any real estate acquired by the Town through Tax Col- 
lector's Deed, or take any other action relating thereto. 

10. To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to apply for, 
and receive and expend federal or state grants, which may become 
available during the course of the year, and also to accept and ex- 
pend money from other governmental unit or private source to be 
used for purposes for which the Town may legally appropriate 
money; provided; (1) that such grants and other monies do not re- 
quire the expenditure of other town funds, (2) that a public hearing 
shall be held by the Selectmen prior to the receipt and expenditure 
of such grants and monies; and (3) that such items shall be exempt 
from all provisions of RSA 32 relative to limitation and expen- 
diture of town monies, all as provided by RSA 31:95-b. 

11. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate and authorize the 
withdrawal from the Federal Revenue Sharing Fund for the use as 
setoffs against budgeted appropriation for the following specific 
purposes and in amounts indicated herewith and with the balance 
to be raised by taxation. 

Appropriation Amount 

Highway Truck - Capital $22,500.00 

Cruiser-Capital 8,365.00 

Radar - Capital - 1,756.00 

Library - Capital 2,860.00 

Snow Plow - Capital 3 ,000.00 

$38,481.00 

12. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to 
withdraw $40,000. from surplus, to be put in the Capital Reserve 
Fund or take any action relating thereto. 

13. To see if the Town will vote to accept the Budget as prepared 
by the Budget Committee or make any alterations relating thereto 
so that the Town will raise and appropriate such sums of money as 
may be necessary for the Town charges and necessary expenses. 

14. To see if the Town wishes to instruct the Trustees of the Trust 
Funds to transfer all undistributed income from the Roland Cooley 
Fund, and transfer said money to the Trustees of the Wilton Public 
& Gregg Free Library. The Library Trustees will use the money to 
begin implementation of the plan to improve access to the library 
building; or take any action relating thereto. (By Petition) 



15. To see if the Town of Wilton will vote to declare 1983 "The 
Year of the Forest"; to instruct the Conservation Commission to 
investigate the potential for management of the town forest; and to 
encourage local schools to plant trees during Forest Conservation 
Week. 

16. To see if the Town will vote to go on record in support of im- 
mediate actions by the Federal Government to control and reduce 
acid rain which is harmful to the environment and economy of 
Wilton and to the health and welfare of the people of Wilton. 

These actions shall include: 

1. Reduce by at least half the major cause of acid rain, sulfur 
dioxide emissions, by the year 1990. 

2. Conclude negotiations and adopt a treaty with the govern- 
ment of Canada that will commit both nations to this same goal. 

The record of the vote on this article shall be transmitted to the 
New Hampshire Congressional Delegation and to the President of 
the United States. (By Petition) 

17. Shall the citizens of Wilton ask members of the New Hamp- 
shire Congressional delegation to support or co-sponsor a resolu- 
tion in the U.S. Congress: to make more money available for jobs 
and programs - in education, transportation, housing, health care, 
human services, and other socially productive industries - by 
significantly reducing the amount of our tax dollars spent on 
nuclear weapons, foreign military intervention and wasteful 
military programs; these policies will promote a healthy economy, 
true national security, and jobs with peace. Jobs with Peace Policy 
Statement. (By Petition.) 

18. To transact any other business that may legally come before 
said meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this twenty-first day of 
February, 1983. 

STUART S. DRAPER A ^ cQpy rf Wammt _ ^ 

GREG BOHOSIEWICZ STUART S. DRAPER 

STEPHEN K. BLANCHARD QREG BOHOSIEWIC z 

STEPHEN K. BLANCHARD 

Selectmen of Wilton, New Hampshire 

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13 



SELECTMEN'S REPORT — 1982 

The Board of Selectmen had a busy year again. The first part of 
the year was spent closing the books and preparing for the town 
report. 

After town meeting we requested and were granted a one year 
extension by the State Tax Commission to re-appraise all taxable 
and non-taxable properties. This re-appraisal will be completed by 
April 1983. 

After spending many hours interviewing appraisal firms, 
United Appraisal of Hartford, Connecticut was chosen to do the 
job. 

In March, Justice Charles Sullivan resigned, thus ending an era 
of the Wilton Municipal Court. Our court is now a part of the Mil- 
ford District Court. 

Maple Street had three way and four way stop signs installed at 
all intersections. New street lights were installed on a portion of 
Maple Street, upgrading from incandescent to sodium lights. 

The health insurance for town employees was upgraded and we 
now offer employees a choice of Blue Cross/Blue Shield or 
Matthew Thornton Health Plan. 

Tax preparation took a lot of time. This year when inventories 
were returned, many property owners applied for current use on 
land assessments. 

On November 9th we received our tax rate in Concord which is 
as follows: Town $20.30, Schools $54.70, County $5.50, for a total 
of $80.50 per thousand. Tax bills were mailed out in the middle of 
November with a due date of December 20th. 

During December, we prepared budgets for 1983 and reviewed 
several properties in response to tax questions. 

The picture on the 1981 Town Report of the two signs in Davis- 
ville was taken by Kelly Boyd. 

Much thanks to our secretaries, Sandra Trow and Barbara 
Schultz for a job well done. 

STUART S. DRAPER 
GREGORY BOHOSIEWICZ 
STEPHEN K. BLANCHARD 



14 



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

As of December 31, 1982 



Description 


Value 


Town Hall, Lands and Buildings 


$ 79,800.00 


Furniture and Equipment 


25,000.00 


Libraries, Lands and Buildings 


104,800.00 


Furniture and Equipment 


10,000.00 


Police Department, Equipment 


11,000.00 


Fire Department, Lands and Buildings 


84,800.00 


Equipment 


10,000.00 


Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 


41,200.00 


Equipment 


80,000.00 


Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 


31,000.00 


Water Supply Facilities 


27,000.00 


Sewer Plant and Facilities 


100,000.00 


Schools, Lands and Buildings, Equipment 


153,000.00 


Town Forests 


10,000.00 


All Lands and Buildings acquired 




through Tax Collector's deeds 




Eaton Land 


1,500.00 


Old Store Land 


100.00 


Fraser Land 


2,000.00 


Howard Land 


1,000.00 


Baldwin Land 


1,000.00 


All Other Property and Equipment 




Parking Lot 


4,800.00 


Total 


$1,220,000.00 



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BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 
Cash: 

All funds in custody of treasurer $380, 101 .75 

Savings 7,079.94 



Total Cash 


$387,181.69 


Capital Reserve Funds 


50,340.29 


Accounts Due to the Town 




Due from State: 




Joint Highway Construct Accounts 




Unexpended Bal. in State Treasury 




Accounts due town 


10,286.94 


Revenue Sharing 


2,703.76 


Business Profits 


27,288.13 


Revenue Sharing 


59,765.40 


Total Accounts Due to the Town 


$100,044.23 


Unredeemed Taxes: 




(a) Levy of 1981 


25,467.98 


(b) Levy of 1980 


14,027.23 


(d) Previous Years 


3.45 


Total Unredeemed Taxes 


39,498.66 


Uncollected Taxes: (Including All Taxes) 




(a) Levy of 1982 


325,033.42 


(b) Levy of 1981 


1,110.00 


(c) Levy of 1980 


820.00 



Total Uncollected Taxes 



326,963.42 



Total Assets 



$904,028.29 



Grand Total 

Fund Balance - December 3 1 , 1981 
Fund Balance - December 31 , 1982 
Change in Financial Condition 



$904,028.29 



$99,955.96 

98,785.26 

1,170.70 



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Accounts Owed by the Town 



Bills Outstanding 


$ 604.58 


Sewer Fund 


8,271.72 


Unexpended Revenue Sharing Funds 


59,765.40 


Water Holes 


1,801.40 


Pension Plan 


107.00 


Marriage License Fees 


78.00 


School District(s) Tax(es) Payable 


331,884.25 




274,906.00 


Reappraisal 


36,890.00 


Water 


1,721.94 


Fire Truck 


15,000.00 


Bridges 


5,407.61 


Library 


1,017.29 


Recycle 


12,500.00 


Other Liabilities, Sidewalks 


4,947.55 


Total Accounts Owed by the Town $754,902.74 


Capital Reserve Funds 


50,340.29 


Total Liabilities 


805,243.03 


Fund Balance - Current Surplus 




(Excess of assets over liabilities) 


98,785.26 


Grand Total 


$904,028.29 



17 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 
TAXES ASSESSED 

General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $ 8,225.00 

Town officers' expenses 24,500.00 

Election and Registration expenses 1,600.00 

Cemeteries 10,400.00 

General Government Buildings 16,215.00 

Reappraisal of property - Art. 10 60,000.00 

Planning and Zoning 3,425.00 

Legal Expenses 5,000.00 

Advertising and Regional Association 150 . 00 

Contingency Fund 2,500.00 

Public Safety 

Police Department 76,170.00 

Fire Department 23,865.00 

Civil Defense 100.00 

Highways, Streets, Bridges 

Town Maintenance 135,000.00 

General Highway Department Expenses 40,400.00 

Town Road Aid 1,231.00 

Street Lighting 14,500.00 

Sidewalks 5,000.00 

Sanitation 

Solid Waste Disposal - Recycle Center 74,409.00 

Health 

Health Department - Medical Officer 200.00 

Hospitals and Ambulances 2,552.00 

Animal Control 500.00 

Vital Statistics 150.00 

Visiting Nurses 7,209.00 

Mental Health 1,335.00 

Welfare 

General Assistance 12,000.00 

Old Age Assistance 7,000.00 

Meals on Wheels 2,700.00 

Culture and Recreation 

Library 24,319.00 

Parks and Recreation 1,245.00 

Patriotic Purposes 750.00 

Goss Park 3,700.00 

Debt Service 

Principal of Long-Term Bonds & Notes 12,500.00 

Interest Expense - Long-Term Bonds & Notes 18,000.00 

Interest Expense - Tax Anticipation Notes 55,000.00 



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Capital Outlay 

Fire Truck - Art. 11 15,000.00 

Bridge Project 5,500.00 

Library 4,000.00 

Highway Truck 10,000.00 

Highway Sander 4,500.00 

Fire Department Capital 2,968.00 

Recycle Center Capital 12,500.00 

Operating Transfers Out 

Payments to Capital Reserve Funds 20,000.00 

Municipal and District Court Expenses 7,980.00 

Miscellaneous 

Municipal Water Department 48,230.00 

Municipal Sewer Department 7,050.00 

FICA, Retirement & Pension Contributions 20.000.00 

Insurance - Workman's Comp. 11,000.00 

Unemployment Compensation 1,500.00 

Public Liability Ins. 3,600.00 

Communications 8,700.00 

Hydrant Rental 3,500.00 

Blue Cross/Blue Shield 4,500.00 

Total Appropriations $842,378.00 

Taxes 

Resident Taxes 16,090.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 100.00 

Yield Taxes 8,500.00 

Interest and Penalties on Taxes 7,000.00 

Inventory Penalties 300.00 

Intergovernmental Revenues 

Meals and Rooms Tax 21,826.00 

Interest and Dividends Taxes 15,827.00 

Savings Bank Tax 20,398.00 
Highway Subsidy 

Reg. $12,513 - Add. $13,256 25,799.00 

Town Road Aid 8,209.00 

Class V Highway Maintenance (Duncan) 11,799.00 

Reimb. a/c State-Federal Forest Land 375.00 

Business Profits Tax 105,000.00 

Licenses and Permits 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 74,000.00 

Dog Licenses 2,000.00 

Business Licenses , Permits & Filing Fees 10 . 00 

Fines & Forfeits - Municipal Court 8,000.00 

Charges for Services 

Income from Departments 96,190.00 

Rent of Town Property 2,000.00 

Miscellaneous Revenues 

Interest on Deposits 55,000.00 



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Other Financing Sources 
Income from Water and Sewer Depts. 
Revenue Sharing Fund 
Fund Balance 

Actual $99,955.56 - $60,000 Art. 10 
Trust Funds 

Total Revenues and Credits 

Tax Rate Computation 
Total Town Appropriations 
Total Revenues and Credits 
Net Town Appropriations 
Net School Tax Assessment(s) 

$519,906.00 & $604,849 = 
County Tax Assessment 
Total of Town, School and County 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits Tax Reimb. 
ADD War Service Credits 
ADD Overlay 
Property Taxes to be Raised 

Proof of Tax Rate Computation 

Valuation: $19,101,244.00 X Tax Rate: 8.05 = 
Property Taxes to be Raised: $1,537,650.14 

Tax Commitment Analysis 

A Property Taxes to be Raised 

B Gross Precinct and/or Service Areas Taxes 

CTotaKa&b) 

D Less War Service Credits 

E Total Tax Commitment 

Tax Rate Breakdown 



Tax Rates 
Town 

School Dist. 
County 

Municipal Tax Rate 

228 War Service Tax Credits @ $50 
1609 Resident Taxes @$10 



55,280.00 
19,900.00 



8,500.00 
$505,004.00 



-60,000.00 



> 842,378.00 
505,004.00 
337,374.00 

1,124,755.00 

112,408.00 

1,574,537.00 

109,154.00 

11,400.00 

60,867.00 

1,537,650.00 





$1,537,650.00 


raxes 


0.00 




1,537,650.00 




11,400.00 




1,526,250.00 


Prior Year 


1982 


Tax Rate 


Approved 


1981 


Tax Rate 


$1.88 


$2.03 


5.16 


5.47 


.11 


.55 


$7.45 


$8.05 




$11,400.00 




$16,090.00 



20 



TAX COLLECTOR'S REPORT 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1982 

Uncollected Taxes - Beginning of Fiscal Year 



1982 



Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
Sewer Taxes 

Taxes Committed to Collector: 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
National Bank Stock 
Yield Taxes 
Sewer Taxes 

Added Taxes : 

Property Taxes 

Resident Taxes 
Interest Collected on Delinquent 

Property Taxes : 
Penalties Collected 

on Resident Taxes : 

Total Debits 



1981 

$278,646.61 

3,430.00 

2,320.00 



Prior 

1,510.00 

130.00 



L,529,446.08 

16,090.00 

81.30 

7,370.16 

11,280.00 


4,515.46 




520.00 


210.00 




37.04 


14,138.73 




56.00 


253.00 


3.00 



$1,564,880.58 $303,513.80 $1,643.00 



Remittances to Treasurer 
During Fiscal Year 

Property Taxes 

Resident Taxes 

Yield Taxes 

Sewer Taxes 

National Bank Stock 

Interest Collected 

Penalties on Resident Taxes 

Abatements Made During Year 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Sewer Taxes 

Uncollected Taxes - End of Fiscal Year: 
(As Per Collector's List) 
Property Taxes 
Resident Taxes 
Sewer Taxes 

Total Credits 



$1,200,452.23 $275,534.08 



12,600.00 


2,530.00 


30.00 


7,370.16 


4,515.46 




9,640.00 


2,320.00 


10.00 


81.30 






37.04 


14,138.73 




56.00 


253.00 


3.00 


7,970.43 


3,112.53 


660.00 


40.00 






321,023.42 






4,010.00 


1,110.00 


820.00 


1,600.00 




120.00 



$1,564,880.58 $303,513.80 $1,643.00 



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SUMMARY OF TAX SALES ACCOUNTS 

Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1982 

Tax Sales Levies of 
1981 
Balance of Unredeemed Taxes - 

Beginning Fiscal Year* 
Taxes Sold to Town During 

Current Fiscal Year** 40.788.15 

Interest Collected After Sale 346.42 

Redemption Costs 70.80 



1980 


1979 


Prior 


19,223.35 


6.581.89 


4.885.93 


1,123.62 


2.192.45 


2,104.18 


46.80 


22.65 


15.10 



Total Debits $41,205.37 $ 20,393.77 $ 8.796.99 $7,005.21 

Remittances to Treasurer During Year 

Redemptions 
Interests and Costs 
Abatements During Year 
Unredeemed Taxes - 
End of Fiscal Year 

Total Credits 



*These sums represent the total of Unredeemed Taxes, as of January 1. 1982 from Tax 
Sales held in previous years. 

** Amount of Tax Sale held during current fiscal year, including 
total amount of taxes, interest and costs to date of sale. 



$13,900.69 


$ 


5.196.12 


$6,581.89 


$4,595.20 


417.22 




1.170.42 


2.215.10 


2.119.28 


1,419.48 








287.28 


25.467.98 


$ 


14.027.23 




3.45 


$ 41.205.37 


20.393.77 


$8,796.99 


$7,005.21 



22 



UNREDEEMED TAXES FROM TAX SALES 
as of December 31, 1982 

Levies of 



Previous 
1981 1980 Years 

E. J. Abbott Memorial Trust $ $ $3.45 

Diane Bolton 174.62 887.30 

Gary Burelle 1,882.76 

Comvest Corp. (Twin Brook) 6,546.77 5,333.47 

Allan & Lana Crooker 503.34 

David & Debbie Daniels 196.86 

Elizabeth Edwards 441.29 

G. & P. Construction 420.61 

Barry & Martha Greene 304.05 

Nicholas Greene, et al 155.05 

Joseph & Joyce Galletta 31.05 

Robert Halverson 2,225.51 

Paul & Sheila Hutchinson 29.05 1,339.92 

Elizabeth Kennedy 155.05 

Lloyd Locklin 814.96 

Paul & Marjorie Maloney 2,136.15 

Edna Manning 477.29 

Ruth Murray 1,285.31 

Abbot Packard 660.95 

John & Jeanne Parker 1,469.09 * 

Margaret Pelletier 1,310.64 1,112.37 

Proctor, Proctor, Greene 1,252.17 

Mary Owens Robbat (Interest & Dividends) 4,382.36 

Robert & Martena Robbins 519.23 

James & Donna Robinson 31.05 

Joseph Straub 856.40 468.47 

Curtis & Lisa Varney 465.33 

Edward & Alberta Varney 23.00 

Donald & Serenella Warnock 1,387.97 

Marwood Davidson 84.11 

Owners Unknown 131.66 



Totals $25,467.98 $14,027.23 $3.45 



23 



TOWN TREASURER'S REPORT 

As of December 31, 1982 



Cash on Hand 1/1/82 
Receipts 1/1/82 thru 12/31/82 



$ 301,519.03 
3,054,059.19 



Payments 1/1/82 thru 12/31/82 
Cash on Hand 12/31/82 



$3,355,578.22 



2,975,476.47 
380,101.75 



$3,355,578.22 



Beginning Bal. 
Interest Earned 
Deposits 
Withdrawals 

Balance 12/31/82 



Savings Bank Analysis 







Milford 


Revenue 


IHB 


Amoskeag 


Co-op 


Sharing 


$ 6,652.10 


$128.25 


$675.89 


$27,235.57 


570.54 


14.22 


38.94 


3,238.82 


57,000.00 






53,324.00 


58,000.00 






21,347.23 



$ 6,222.64 $142.47 $714.83 $62,469.16 



24 



RECEIPTS 



From Local Taxes: 

(Collected and Remitted to Treasurer) 
Property Taxes 

Current Year -1982 
Resident Taxes 

Current Year -1982 
National Bank Stock Taxes 



$1,200,452.23 



12,600.00 



Current Year 1982 


81.30 


Yield Taxes - Current Year - 1982 


11,885.62 


Property Taxes and Yield Taxes 




Previous Years 


275,534.08 


Resident Taxes - Previous Years 


2,560.00 


Interest received on 




Delinquent Taxes 


20,097.79 


Penalties: Resident Taxes 


312.00 


Tax sales redeemed 


30,273.90 


Total Taxes Collected and Remitted 


$1,553,796.92 


Intergovernmental Revenues 


„ 


Meals and Rooms Tax $ 


21,826.07 


Interest and Dividends Tax 


15,827.93 


Savings Bank Tax 


20,398.93 


Highway Subsidy 


12,512.77 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal Forest Land 


394.63 


Other Reimb., Highway Sub II 


13,286.08 


Business Profits Tax 


81,865.87 


Motor Vehicle Distribution 


5,939.14 


Total Intergovernmental Revenues 


172,051.41 


Licenses and Permits 




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees $ 


84,480.00 


Dog Licenses 


1,408.60 


Business Licenses, Permits 




and Filing Fees 


12.00 



Total Licenses and Permits 



$ 85,900.60 



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Charges for Services 

Income from Departments $ 100,643.20 

Rent of Town Property 1 ,940.00 



Total Charge for Services 




102,583.20 


Miscellaneous Revenues 






Interest on Deposits 


$ 52,679.63 




Workman's Comp. Refund 


664.03 




Social Security - Library 


2,101.95 




Blue Cross 


1,153.63 




Marriage License Fees 


416.00 




Other Miscellaneous Revenue 


5,868.24 




Total Miscellaneous Revenues 




62,883.48 


Other Financing Sources 






Income from Water and 






Sewer Departments 


55,379.58 




Revenue Sharing Fund 


21,347.23 




Trust Funds 


11,455.65 





Total Other Financing Sources 88,182.46 

Non-Revenue Receipts 

Proceeds of Tax 

Anticipation Notes S 900,000.00 

Savings Transfer 1 ,000.00 

Sewer Reimbursement 87,661.11 



Total Non-Revenue Receipts $ 988,661.11 

Total Receipts from All Sources 3,054,059.19 

Cash on Hand January 1, 1982 301,519.03 



Grand Total $3,355,578.22 



26 



PAYMENTS 

General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $ 8,857.00 

Town officers' expenses 24,366.39 

Election & Registration expenses 2,084.75 

Municipal & District Court expenses 3 ,6 1 7 .40 

General Government Buildings 17,492.42 

Reappraisal of Property 23 , 1 10.00 

Planning & Zoning 2,43 1 . 36 

Legal Expenses 6,485 . 10 
Advertising & Regional Assoc. 1 50.00 



Total General Governmental Expenses 


$ 88,594.42 


Public Safety 




Police Department 


$ 76,338.46 


Fire Department 


24,118.45 


Civil Defense 


30.00 


Hydrant Rental 


3,500.00 


Street Lighting 


22,496.83 


Total Public Safety Expenses 


126,483.74 


Highways, Streets, Bridges 




Town Maintenance 


$ 42,718.32 


General Highway Dept. Exp. 


136,480.39 


Town Road Aid 


1,231.36 


Highway Subsidy 


14,865.27 



Total Highways & Bridges Expenses 195,295.34 

Sanitation 

Solid Waste Disposal 73,105.59 

Health 

Health Department $ 200.00 

Hospitals & Ambulances 2,551.50 

Animal Control 280.00 

Vital Statistics 150.00 

Other Health Expenses 16,41 1 .29 



Total Health Expenses 19,592.79 



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Welfare 




General Assistance 


s ::::-: 


Old Age Assistance 


." - .. — - 


St. Joseph - Meals 


2,700.00 


Total Welfare Expenses 




Culture and Recreation 




Library 


1 14,049.58 


Parks and Recreation 


822.58 


Patriotic Purposes 


750.00 


Goss Park 


3,847.01 



: : -:»: : : 



Total Culture & Eecrentkr ■ I Expenses 

Debt Service 
Principal - long term n : : e : k : : :. is 
Interest exp. - long term notes & bonds 
Interest exp. - tax anticipation notes 

T o tal D e : \ S e r»i c e P aymen ts 

Capital Outlay 
Library 

Highway Truck 
Sander 
Town Hall 
Fire Department 
Highway Painting 

Total C Outlay 

Operating Transfers Out 

Payments to capital reserve funds 



29,469.17 



:• I .nicipal Water Department 
Municipal Sewer Department 
FICA Retirement & 

Pension Contributions 
Insurance 

Unemployment Compensation 
Sewer Construction 

Total Miscellaneous Expenses 



4,778 54 

20,000.00 

4.3-3 25 

3 512 : : 

2,830.00 

:>: >: 



$ 40,41 : :; 

5 ."-.87 

1 5.476.36 

17,745.60 

)91.86 

30,049.19 



-:- '.-': :': 



36,01438 



20,000.00 



109,847.09 



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Unclassified: 

Pay'ts on tax anticipation notes $900,000.00 

Taxes bought by town 40,788.15 

Discounts, abatements & refunds 4,848.65 

2,102.27 

Marriage License Fees 338.00 

Other Unclassified Expenses 7,709.05 



Total Unclassified Expenses 955,786. 12 

Payments to Other 
Governmental Divisions 

Payment to State 

a/c Dog License Fees $ 214.00 

Taxes paid to County 1 12,408.00 

Payments to School Districts 1 , 104, 192.00 



Total Payments to Other 

Governmental Divisions $1,216,814.00 

Total Payments for All Purposes 2,975,476.47 



Cash on hand December 31, 1982 $ 380,101.75 



Grand Total $3,355,578.22 



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SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 



Land - Improved and Unimproved 

Buildings 

Public Utilities, Electric 

House Trailers, Mobile Homes 

and Travel Trailers 

Assessed as Personal Property (29) 

Total Valuation Before 

E x emptkios Allowed 
Blind Exemption, 26% (5 
Elderly Exemption (20) 
School Dining Room, Dormitory 

and Kitchen Exemption (10) 

7::i. Exe~r::cn5 A..:- ec 



S :.595.9si.X 
16.526.61 : X 

-ii.f>i :»: 



:if .:•:•: :»: 



$:-._--.::. ;.; 



1-500.00 

-5.250.00 



Nel Valuation on which the Tax 

Rate is Computed 
Public Sen ice Dc 
1-1 i lis borongh Mills , Inc. 

Total 



s 19.1:1.:— .:•: 



S^08,000.00 

3.600.00 

s-ii .:■:•: :•: 



Number of Individuals Arriving 

forar. Elderly Exe~r::cr: 1952 11 a: 5 »1 

N o mber of Individuals Granted 

an Elderly Exemption 1982 11 = : 5 . 1»1»1 

7 : tal Number of Individual Property Owners who 

were erar.:ed Currer*. Vie Exe~ r::cr. r. 1952 5- 



:•: 



Total Number of Acres Exempted under 



Current Use in 1982 




2518.1 


No. 


of Owners 


No. of Acres 


Farm Land 


17 


577.8 


Forest Land 






A) White Pine Types 


13 


736.1 


B) Hardwood Types 


12 


470.5 


C) Spruce-Fir 


5 


107.6 


Wildland 






A) Unproductive 


3 


28.1 


B) Productive 


12 


550.1 


Recreation Land 






Wetland 


5 


23.5 


Flood Plain 






Discretionary Easement 


2 


24.4 


Total Assessed Value of Land 






Under Current Use 




$108,286.00 



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TOWN CLERK ACCOUNT 

January 1, 1982 through December 31, 1982 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCOUNT: 

2935 Registrations $84,480.00 

Remitted to Treasurer: $84,480.00 

MARRIAGE LICENSE FEES: 

32 State Marriage Fees 

@$13.00 416.00 



Remitted to Treasurer: 


416.00 




Paid to State 




338.00 


Balance Due State 




78.00 




416.00 


DOG LICENSE ACCOUNT: 






4 1981 Licenses 


8.20 




295 1982 Licenses 


1,329.40 




5 1982 Group Licenses 


69.00 




2 Replacement Tags 


2.00 






1,408.60 




Remitted to Treasurer: 




$1,408.60 



FILING FEE ACCOUNT: 

10 Filings 12.00 

Remitted to Treasurer: 12.00 

Respectfully submitted: 
SANDRA M. TROW, Town Clerk 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



TOWN OFFICERS 1 SALARIES 
APPROPRIATION 8,225.00 

TAX COLLECTOR-SANDRA TROW 4,532.00 

TREASURER-BARRY GREENE 300.00 

TOWN CLERK-SANDRA TROW 300.00 

OVERSEER OF WELFARE- C MCGETTIGAN 150.00 

TRUSTEE TRUST FUNDS-JOHN HUTCHINSON 75.00 

BLDG INSPECTOR-NORMAN STIMSON 300,00 

DEPUTY BLDG INSP-SANDRA TROW 150.00 

SALARY- AUDI TORS 450.0 

SELECTMEN-GREGORY BOHOSIEWICZ 800.00 

SELECTMEN-STUART DRAPER 1,000.00 

SELECTMEN-STEPHEN BLANCHARD 800.00 

TOTAL 8,857.00 



TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 
APPROPRIATION 24,500.00 

SALARY-SECRETARY 4,343.00 

SALARY-ASS'T SECRETARY 5,165.93 

COMMISSIONS 3,000.00 

ADVERTISING, NOTICES 397.50 

CASH SHORT 0.77 

CONVENTIONS 156.19 

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS 249.34 

COMPUTER BILLING 100.00 

DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS 678.21 

EQUIPMENT NEW 107.73 

INSURANCE 930.00 

MISCELLANEOUS 66.00 

OVERPAYMENT 11.00 

PAYROLL SERVICE 1,022.40 

PENALTIES 275.30 

POSTAGE 1,111.65 

POSTING FEES 268.50 

PRINTING 50.00 

TAX MAP UPDATE 1,600.00 

REPAYMENT 61.51 

REPAIRS-EQUIPMENT 67.50 

SERVICE CONTRACTS 335.00 

SUPPLIES 706.87 

TAX BILLS 695.36 

TAX SALE EXPENSE 491.25 

TELEPHONE 627.12 

TOWN REPORT 1,717.65 

TRAVEL 111.38 

TOTAL 24,367.16 

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ELECTION AND REGISTRATION EXPENSES 

APPROPRIATION 1.600.00 

MODERATOR 173.00 

SUPERVISORS-CHECKLIST 446.72 

BALLOT CLERKS-COUNTERS 966.04 

ADVERTISING, NOTICES 114.00 

CHECKLIST COMPUTER PRINTING 114.60 

LUNCHES 172.96 

PRINTING 71.00 

SUPPLIES 26.43 



TOTAL 2.084.75 



MUNICIPAL AND DISTRICT COURT EXPENSES 
APPROPRIATION 7.980.00 

SALARY-JUSTICE 1,800.00 

SALARY-CLERK 1,139.40 

SALARY-DEPUTY JUSTICE 630.00 

REIMBURSEMENT 20.00 

LEGAL EXPENSE 28.00 



TOTAL 3,617.40 



EXPENSES TOWN HALL AND OTHER BUILDINGS 
APPROPRIATION 16.215.00 

SALARY-LABOR 158.71 

LAWN CARE 129.57 

CHEMICALS 192.64 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 5.00 

ELECTRICITY 2.450.50 

HEATING FUEL 9,015.63 

INSURANCE 1,169.00 

JANITORIAL 1,189.10 

MISCELLANEOUS 14.00 

REPAIRS-EQUIPMENT 218.86 

REPAIRS BUILDING 2,767.62 

SEWER TAX 60.00 

SUPPLIES 71.59 

WATER 50.00 



TOTAL 17,492.42 



REAPPRAISAL OF PROPERTY 
APPROPRIATION 60,000.00 



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CONTRACTED SERVICES 23.110.00 

TOTAL 23,110.00 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 
APPROPRIATION 76,170.00 

CHIEF SALARY 17,416.00 

SALARY-REGULAR OFFICERS 29,737.00 

SALARY-SPECIALS REGULAR 11,123.6a 

SALARY SPECIALS PRIVATE 952.5a 

HOLIDAY PAY l,ia8.00 

VACATION 500.00 

BREATHALYZER TEST 20a.00 

CRUISER MAINTENANCE 2,666.15 

DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS 10.00 

FILM AND DEVELOPING 97. aa 

GASOLINE 7,267.52 

INSURANCE 1,197.90 

MEDICAL 65.60 

MISCELLANEOUS 2a. 7a 

POSTAGE 6a. 58 

PRINTING 65.00 

RADIO REPAIRS 599.56 

SUPPLIES 1,039.67 

TELEPHONE 725.09 

TIRES 556.63 

UNIFORMS 692.85 

UNIFORM CLEANING 18a. 35 



TOTAL 76,338.a6 



FIRE DEPARTMENT, INCL. FOREST FIRES 
APPROPRIATION 23,865.00 

REIMBURSEMENT 8,917.33 

AIR RACK MAINTENANCE 514.82 

DIESEL FUEL 216.45 

DUES* SUBSCRIPTIONS 205.00 

ELECTRICITY 79a. 51 

FOREST FIRES 155.28 

GASOLINE 800.3a 

HEATING FUEL 2,aao.31 

INSURANCE 3,380.00 

JANITORIAL 1,000.00 

MEDICAL 149.00 

MISCELLANEOUS 98.66 

MOTOR OILS & GREASE aa.88 

RADIO REPAIRS 843.51 

REPAIRS-EQUIPMENT 531.81 



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REPAIRS BUILDING 118.00 

REPAIR PARTS 2,220.36 

SEWER TAX 20.00 

SUPPLIES 871.96 

TELEPHONE 206.35 

TIRES 414.88 

TRAINING 125.00 

WATER 50.00 



TOTAL 24,118.45 



PLANNING AND ZONING 
APPROPRIATION 3,425.00 

SALARY-SECRETARY 327.00 

ADVERTISING, NOTICES 272.20 

DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS 1,224.00 

POSTAGE 248.70 

PRINTING 58.40 

RECORDING FEE 64.00 

REPAIRS-EQUIPMENT 3.00 

SUPPLIES 192.41 

TRAVEL 17.65 

COPIES 24.00 



TOTAL 2,431.36 



DAMAGES BY DOGS 
APPROPRIATION 500.00 

ADVERTISING, NOTICES 24.00 

DOG CARE 256.00 

DOG TAX-STATE 214.00 



TOTAL 494.00 



INSURANCE - WORKMENS COMP. 
APPROPRIATION 11.000.00 

REIMBURSEMENT -1,461.81 

WORKMENS COMP 11,275.44 



TOTAL 9,813.63 



CIVIL DEFENSE 
APPROPRIATION 100.00 

INSURANCE 30.00 



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TOTAL 



30.0 



PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE 
APPROPRIATION 3,600.00 



INSURANCE 



TOTAL 



4,323.00 
4,323.00 



AMBULANCE 
APPROPRIATION 2,551.50 



GASOLINE 

INSURANCE 

WLVARA 



TOTAL 



1,090.30 
666.00 
795.20 

2,551.50 



VISITING NURSES 
APPROPRIATION 7,208.94 



MONADNOCK VISITING NURSES 
TOTAL 



7,208.94 
7,208.94 



RECYCLE CENTER 
APPROPRIATION 74,408.92 



SALARY-SECRETARY 

SALARY-LABOR 

HIGHWAY LABOR 

REIMBURSEMENT 

LABOR-ADMINISTRATIVE 

SHOP 

LAWN CARE 

ADVERTISING, NOTICES 

TIES AND FREIGHT 

CONSTRUCTION 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

REPAIRS-WEST 

DIESEL FUEL 

DUESf SUBSCRIPTIONS 

DUMP-COVERING 

ELECTRICITY 

GASOLINE 

HEATING FUEL 

INSURANCE 



520.00 

32.034.53 

22.16 

54.43 

6.69 

21.90 

116.30 

6.00 

766.32 

100.74 

2,806.50 

2,500.39 

700.73 

68.00 

11*883.30 

2,540.30 

80.82 

5,369.70 

258.00 



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LEGAL EXPENSE 

LUNCHES 

MEDICAL 

MISCELLANEOUS 

MOTOR OILS & GREASE 

POSTAGE 

PRINTING 

REPAIRS-EQUIPMENT 

REPAIRS BUILDING 

REPAIR PARTS 

SOCIAL SECURITY 

SUPPLIES 

TELEPHONE 

TIRES 

TRAVEL 

TRUCKING 

UNIFORMS 

WORKMENS COMP 

PAPER 

TOTAL 



40.00 

36.50 

318.75 

16.25 

44.13 

1.54 

624.50 

4,023.50 

162.32 

2,159.17 

2.192.35 

2,174.81 

732.54 

645.21 

74.80 

1,960.51 

4.25 

2,944.94 

30.00 

78,242.88 



HEALTH OFFICER AND MEDICAL COMM 
APPROPRIATION 200.00 



HEALTH OFFICER 
TOTAL 



200.00 
200.00 



MENTAL HEALTH 
APPROPRIATION 1,334.50 



MONADNOCK FAM MENTAL HEALTH 
TOTAL 



1,334.50 
1,334.50 



VITAL STATISTICS 
APPROPRIATION 150.00 



SALARY-SECRETARY 
TOTAL 



150.00 
150.00 



TOWN ROAD AID 
APPROPRIATION 1,231.36 



APPROPRIATION 

TOTAL 



1,231.36 
1,231.36 



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HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE 
APPROPRIATION 135,000.00 



SALARY-LABOR 

LABOR-ADMINISTRATIVE 

HOLIDAY PAY 

BRUSH CUTTING 

WOOD CUTTING 

SWEEPING STREETS 

SHOP 

VACATION 

CLEAN CULVERTS 

ADVERTISING, NOTICES 

BLADES & BOLTS 

CHAINS 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 

DIESEL FUEL 

ELECTRICITY 

EQUIPMENT RENTAL 

EQUIPMENT NEW 

GASOLINE 

INSURANCE 

MISCELLANEOUS 

MOTOR OILS & GREASE 

PIPES & CULVERTS 

RADIO REPAIRS 

REPAIRS-EQUIPMENT 

REPAIRS BUILDING 

REPAIR PARTS 

RUBBISH REMOVAL 

SALT 

SNOW REMOVAL 

SAND GRAVEL-STONE 

SUPPLIES 

TELEPHONE 

TESTING 

TIRES 

TRAVEL 

TRUCKING 

WATER 

TOTAL 



37,751.83 

2,407.72 

1,308.8a 

261 .00 

2,267.66 

1,375.88 

9,149.28 

1,379.09 

284.81 

9.00 

616.00 

3,384.45 

4,445.70 

6,083.47 

779.60 

18.00 

352.49 

12,694.11 

2,788.00 

7.00 

1,458.40 

2,960.79 

349.61 

6, 188.08 

69.80 

7,073.12 

880.00 

9,695.70 

1,864.00 

5,457.70 

9,064.69 

470.30 

45.00 

1,308.44 

165.98 

14.85 

50.00 

136,480.39 



STREET LIGHTING 
APPROPRIATION 14,500.00 



ELECTRICITY 

TOTAL 



13,749.52 
13,749.52 



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HIGHWAY RESURFACING 
APPROPRIATION 40.400.00 

SALARY-LABOR 4,399.24 

LABOR-ADMINISTRATIVE 59.94 

SHOP 268.32 

ASPHALT 18,954.87 

PATCH- HOT TOP 15,470.25 

SAND GRAVEL-STONE 434.38 

TRAVEL 16.95 

TOTAL 39,503.95 



SIDEWALKS 
APPROPRIATION 5,000.00 

SALARY-LABOR 52.45 

TOTAL 52.45 



LIBRARY 

APPROPRIATION 24,319.00 

LAWN CARE 239.58 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 10.00 

TRANSFER -249.58 

WILTON PUBLIC LIBRARY 23,800.00 

TOTAL 23,800.00 



TOWN POOR 
APPROPRIATION 12,000.00 

CLOTHING 200.00 

FOOD 306.51 

FOSTER CARE 439.20 

HEATING FUEL 112.90 

MISCELLANEOUS 855.00 

RENTAL 1.422.35 

REPAIRS-EQUIPMENT 16.00 

TOTAL 3.351.96 



OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 
APPROPRIATION 7,000.00 



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OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 5,348.2a 

TOTAL 5,348.24 

ST JOSEPHS SERVICES-HOMEBOlJNO 
APPROPRIATION 2,700.00 

APPROPRIATION 2,700.00 

TOTAL 2,700.00 

MEMORIAL DAY 
APPROPRIATION 750.00 

BENT BURKE POST 10 750.00 

TOTAL 750.00 



PARKS & PLAYGROUND. INC. BAND CONCERTS 
APPROPRIATION 1,245.00 

SALARY-LABOR 299.82 

LABOR-ADMINISTRATIVE 14.41 

LAWN CARE 354.36 

CONTRACTED SERVICES 25.00 

GASOLINE 89.09 

SUPPLIES 39.90 



TOTAL 822.58 



GOSS PARK 
APPROPRIATION 3,700.00 

LAWN CARE 147.01 

GOSS PARK 3,700.00 

TRANSFER -147.01 



TOTAL 3,700.00 



MUNICIPAL SEWER DEPT. 
APPROPRIATION 7,050.00 

BALANCE FORWARD -1,175.24 

SALARY-SECRETARY 755.00 

SALARY-ASS'T SECRETARY 509.30 

SALARY-LABOR 1,434.17 

COMMISSIONERS SALARY 500.00 



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OUTSIDE LABOR 

CONTRACTED 3ERVICES 

GASOLINE 

PIPES & CULVERTS 

POSTAGE 

RENTAL 

SUPPLIES 



247.50 
99.40 
25.19 

471.50 
53.18 
12.00 

967.63 



TOTAL 



3,899.63 



MUNICIPAL WATER DEPT. 
APPROPRIATION 48.230.00 



BALANCE FOR 

SALARY-SECR 

SALARY-ASS' 

SALARY-LABO 

COMMISSIONE 

LABOR-ADMIN 

MARKING WAT 

ADVERTISING 

CHEMICALS 

CLORINATOR 

COMPUTER BI 

ENGINEERING 

CONTRACTED 

ELECTRICITY 

EQUIPMENT R 

EQUIPMENT N 

GASOLINE 

INSURANCE 

LEGAL EXPEN 

OVERPAYMENT 

OVERHEAD 

POSTAGE 

RENTAL 

REPAIRS-EQU 

REPAIR PART 

SNOW REMOVA 

SAND GRAVEL 

REPLACE SER 

NEW SERVICE 

SUPPLIES 

TESTING 

TRAVEL 



WARD 

ETARY 

T SECRETARY 

R 

RS SALARY 

ISTRATIVE 

ER LINES 

, NOTICES 

SALARY 
LLING 

SERVICES 
SERVICES 

ENTAL 
EW 



SE 



IPMENT 

S 

L 

-STONE 

VICE 

S 



-2,232.32 

780.00 

1,527.90 

3,318.74 

600.00 

245.99 

1,488.69 

714.00 

1,796.00 

668.00 

158.80 

9,075.00 

2,389.69 

290.78 

34.00 

2,106.00 

110.43 

160.00 

2,501.55 

10.00 

2.208.40 

65.99 

1,100.00 

760.00 

123.56 

42.00 

46.50 

203.25 

75.50 

6,146.34 

4,957.00 

14.50 



TOTAL 



41,486.29 



COMMUNICATIONS 
APPROPRIATION 8,700.00 



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COMMUNICATIONS 7,538.88 

TELEPHONE 1,208.43 



TOTAL 8,747.31 



CEMETERIES 
APPROPRIATION 10,400.00 

SALARY-LABOR 70.48 

LABOR-ADMINISTRATIVE 48.69 

SHOP 50.80 

LAUREL HILL 2,340.40 

CATHOLIC CEMETERY 974.00 

SOUTH YARO 578.53 

VALE END 899.20 

ELECTRICITY 65.43 

EQUIPMENT NEW 689.95 

GASOLINE 628.65 

INSURANCE 25.00 

REPAIRS-EQUIPMENT 251.01 

REPAIR PARTS 243.04 

SUPPLIES 952.67 

WATER 50.00 



TOTAL 7,867.85 

HYDRANT RENTAL 
APPROPRIATION 3,500.00 

WATER 3,500.00 

TOTAL 3,500.00 



DAMAGES AND LEGAL EXPENSES 
APPROPRIATION 5,000.00 

APPRAISAL 2,150.00 

LEGAL EXPENSE 4,335.10 



TOTAL 6,485.10 

ADVERTISING AND REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 
APPROPRIATION 150.00 

MONADNOCK REGION ASSOCIATION 150.00 

TOTAL 150.00 



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PRINCIPAL-LONG TERM NOTES 4 BONDS 
APPROPRIATION 12,500.00 

PRINCIPAL PAYMENT 12,500.00 

TOTAL 12,500.00 



INTEREST-LONG TERM NOTES S BONDS 
APPROPRIATION 18,000.00 

INTEREST EXPENSE 17,375.00 

SINKING FUND 625.00 



TOTAL 18,000.00 

INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 
APPROPRIATION 55,000.00 

INTEREST EXPENSE 62,573.63 

TOTAL 62,573.63 



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Labor 

Contracted Service 

Building Repairs 



Town Hall Repairs - Revenue Sharing 
Appropriation Carry Over 4783.43 

65.99 

3,349.25 

97.35 









3,512.59 




Highway Truck 
Appropriation 
Carry Over 


10,000.00 
10,000.00 


20,000.00 


Manchester Mack 
Barrett Equipment 
Russ Riddle 






16,500.00 
2,230.75 
1,269.25 



New Equipment 



Fire Department 
Appropriation 2968.00 



Highway Painting 
Carry Over 500.00 



Ronald Pichette 



Labor 
Materials 
Planking 
Paint 



20,000.00 

2,830.00 
2,830.00 



500.00 
500.00 



Bridge Project 

Appropriation 5500.00 

Carry Over 3069^53 8569.53 

728.57 

2,268.05 

16.80 

148.50 

3,161.92 



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Employees Retirement & Social Security 
Appropriation 20,000.00 



Social Security 

N,H, Retirement System 

Reimbursement 

Payroll Deductions 



Pension Plan 
Payroll Deduction 



Employees Pension Plan 



Health. Insurance 
Appropriation 4500.00 



20,110.49 
8,218.17 

- 2,687.23 

- 14,352.37 



11,289.06 



9^7.00 
- 1,104.00 



+ 107.00 



Blue Cross/Blue Shield 
Colonial Accident 
Matthew Thornton 
Payroll Deductions 
Reimbursement 



Unemployment Fund 



Unemployment 
Appropriation 1500.00 



6,226.04 
716.53 
4,918,40 
4,192.14 
1,113.41 



6,555.42 

1,091,86 
1,091.86 



CAPITAL PAYMENTS 



Construction 
New Equipment 
Building Repairs 



New Equipment 



Library 
Appropriation 
Carry Over 



4000.00 
1795.83 



Highway Sander 
Appropriation 4500.00 



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5795.83 



3,780.00 
300,00 
698.54 



4,778.54 

4,393,25 
4,393.25 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE TRUST FUNDS 
TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

December 31, 1982 



BALANCE, December 31, 1981 

409 Cemetery Lots 
Capital Reserve Funds 
Isaac Spalding School Fund 
Hattie Livesey School Fund 
Hannah Howard School Fund 
S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 
Roland R. Cooley Fund 
Samuel L. Abbott Memorial 
Park Fund 



RECEIPTS, January 1, 1982 to December 31, 1982 
Isaac Spalding School Fund $ 925.29 

Hattie Livesey School Fund 1,240.18 





Unexpended 




Principal 


Income 


Balance 


$ 79,902.12 


$ 0.00 


$ 79,902.12 


21,081.66 


5,601.42 


26,683.08 


10,260.00 


0.00 


10,260.00 


8,139.03 


0.00 


8,139.03 


2,430.00 


0.00 


2,430.00 


1,000.00 


60.10 


1,060.10 


10,000.00 


4,689.15 


14,689.15 


11,600.00 


0.00 


11,600.00 


$144,412.81 


$10,350.67 


$154,763.48 



Hannah Howard School Fund 


356.40 


$ 2,521.87 


S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 




119.21 


Roland R. Cooley Fund 




1,053.83 


Capital Reserve Funds 




3,031.94 


S. L. Abbott 






Memorial Park Fund 




1,550.62 


Dump Recycling Sinking Fund 




0.27 


New England Electric (Baristo) 




11.60 


Capital Reserve Funds (Principal) 




20,000.00 


Samuel L. Abbott 






Memorial Park Fund 






(Principal) 




13,000.00 


Dump Recycling Sinking 






Fund (Principal) 




625.00 


Cemetery Lots : 






Marvin Cuddihy 


$ 200.00 




Philip Foster 


200.00 




Marion Mochrie 


100.00 




Greg Bohosiewicz 


150.00 




Barbara E. Greene 


100.00 




Melendy/Holt 


300.00 


1,050.00 


All Other Income 




11,478.05 54,442.39 


TOTAL AVAILABLE FUNDS 




$209,205.87 



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DISBURSEMENTS, January 1, 1982 to December 31, 1982 
Safe Deposit Box Rent $ 8.50 

Rodney C. Woodman Inc. 25.50 

S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 

(Lisa Merrill-Black) 119.21 

Wilton Public Library 

(Cooley Interest Fund) 
Treasurer, Wilton School Dist. 
Treasurer, Town of Wilton 

BALANCE, December 31, 1982 



415 Cemetery Lots 
Capital Reserve Funds 
Dump Recycling Sinking Fund 
Isaac Spalding School Fund 
Hattie Livesey School Fund 
Hannah Howard School Fund 
S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund 
Roland R. Cooley Fund 
S. L. Abbott 

Memorial Park Fund 



BALANCE, December 31, 1982 





500.00 






2,521.87 






11,455.65 


14,630.73 
$194,575.14 




Unexpended 




Principal 


Income 


Balance 


$ 80,952.12 


$ 0.00 


$ 80,952.12 


41,081.66 


8,633.36 


49,715.02 


625.00 


0.27 


625.27 


10,260.00 


0.00 


10,260.00 


8,139.03 


0.00 


8,139.03 


2,430.00 


0.00 


2,430.00 


1,000.00 


60.10 


1,060.10 


10,000.00 


5,242.98 


15,242.98 


24,600.00 


1,550.62 


26,150.62 


$179,087.81 


$15,487.33 


$194,575.14 



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STATEMENT OF INVESTMENTS OF TRUST FUNDS 
TOWN OF WILTON, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

December 31, 1982 

Cash on Hand, December 31, 1982 $ 2,201.81 

Premium Savings, Common Fund, Indian Head National Bank 7,000.00 

Certificate of Deposit, Common Fund, Indian Head National Bank 23,000.00 

Savings Certificate, Common Fund, Indian Head National Bank 7,000.00 

$5,000 U.S. Government "H" Bond 5,000.00 

1,124.053 shs. Chemical Fund, Inc., Common Fund 1,638.36 

411.962 shs. Eaton & Howard Balanced Fund, Common Fund 2,367.33 

4,859.436 shs. Puritan Fund, Inc. , Common Fund 25,007.04 
2,165.265 shs. Seligman Common Stock Fund (Broad St.), 

Common Fund 7,717.68 

4 shs. New England Electric System, Baristo 80.00 

Premium Savings, Capital Reserve Fund, Indian Head National Bank 9,715.02 

Choice Investment Account, Capital Reserve Fund, Indian Head Bank 40,000.00 

Regular Savings, Dump Recycling Sinking Fund, Indian Head Bank 625.27 

Savings Certificate, I. Spalding School Fund, Indian Head Bank 3,700.00 
$5,000 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe RR Co. Bond, 

I. Spalding School Fund 5,000.00 
Savings Certificate, H. Livesey School Fund, 

Indian Head National Bank 2,949.00 

$900 B & M RR Co. Bonds, H. Howard School Fund 900.00 

$100 B & M RR Co. Scrip Cert., H. Howard School Fund 100.00 

318 shs. Am. Tel. & Tel. Co., Common, School Funds 8,180.03 
Savings Certificate, S. Archibald Smith Prize Fund, 

Indian Head Bank 1,000.00 
Savings Certificate, Roland R. Cooley Fund, 

Indian Head National Bank 10,000.00 
Premium Savings, Roland R. Cooley Fund, 

Indian Head National Bank 5,242.98 
Choice Investment Account, S. L. Abbott Mem. Park Fund, 

Indian Head Bank 24,600.00 
Premium Savings, S. L. Abbott Memorial Park Fund, 

Indian Head Bank 1,550.62 



BALANCE, December 31, 1982 $194,575.14 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROBERT HARRISON 
JOHN H. HUTCHINSON 
EARL W. WATTS 

Trustees of the Trust Funds 

Town of Wilton, New Hampshire 



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WILTON PUBLIC/GREGG FREE LIBRARY 

Library Trustees Report - 1982 

Hard work and cooperation made 1982 a year of many ac- 
complishments for the Library Board of Trustees. On January 
11th, 1982 the Historic Preservation project culminated by the 
listing of The Wilton Public and Gregg Free Library in the National 
Register of Historic Places. Mr. Frank Brookshire, Mrs. Gail Proc- 
tor, Mr. Ned Bunnell and Mr. George Quinn donated both their 
time and expertise to make the project a success. The library trust 
fund was placed in the hands of the Indian Head Trust Department 
and a public thank you is due Mr. Earl Watts for his many years of 
managing the trust fund for the library. Also, Mr. Leonard Peter- 
son is to be thanked for designing and implementing our new 
Living Memorial Program. Now, through a financial contribution, 
a professional avenue exists for townspeople to commemorate a 
wedding, anniversary, birthday or other occasion as well as to 
memorialize a loved one. We received many individual and 
organizational gifts this year. The generous gift from The Second 
Congregational Church and The Wilton Center Unitarian Church 
was greatly appreciated. 

Last year the town approved a proposal to allow the Library to 
investigate and establish a plan to improve access to the library 
building. The site was surveyed and then an access and spacial 
analysis was performed by Aaron Cohen Associates. Excerpts from 
the report follows: For all its physical beauty, the site limits public 
access into the library building. For the elderly and handicapped 
the climb is dangerous, especially in the New Hampshire winter. 
Some patrons avoid the climb and park at the rear of the building, 
entering through a rear basement door by walking down a some- 
times slippery hill to use the service stair. The first floor is extreme- 
ly overcrowded. Not only does it contain the entire collection, but it 
houses the children's library, reference and all the staff support 
space. Any plan to improve the Library and its services to the com- 
munity must first deal with improved exterior access and then in- 
terior access. Adequate parking is also needed. The building re- 
quires better parking so that it can be easily accessible for all of its 
potential patrons — children, students, adults, senior citizens and 
the handicapped. The success of any plan to upgrade the Library 
requires construction and/or renovation. One suggested solution is 
to create a parking area at the rear of the building but on the same 
level as the first floor, then join the two by a bridge. The rearrange- 
ment of the entrance into the building implies rearrangement of the 

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interior, particularly in the first floor. The entire Library building 
contains adequate interior space for reasonable growth. Enough 
room exists for the collection, user seating, staff work space and 
community meeting space. The problem is access -- and the only 
way to solve the problem is to spend sufficient money so that a 
bridge can be constructed at the rear of the building, as well as a 
parking area for approximately 15 cars. The relocation of the chil- 
dren's library to the basement would provide adequate space for 
current periodicals and the fiction and non-fiction collections on 
the first floor. 

To continue work on the access problem, the Trustees are 
asking that the balance of the interest in the Roland Cooley Fund 
be appropriated to begin implementation of the Cohen report. This 
would include drawing up architectural plans for rear parking and 
entrance as well as work on the rearrangement of the interior. 
Thanks to all. 

Respectfully submitted, HARLAND SAVAGE, JR. 

Librarian's Report 1982 

The library circulation continues to grow. Thirty thousand six 
hundred and fourteen books were borrowed this year. This is the 
highest number of books ever borrowed from the library. 

The community continues to look to the library as a center for 
its activities. The Girl Scouts, Brownies, Cub Scouts and town 
boards use the library for meetings. The Senior Citizens received 
tax assistance from qualified persons during tax season. The 
Historical Society uses rooms upstairs in the library. An arts and 
crafts group has used the basement for its activities. 

Several successful programs were run by the library this year. A 
summer reading program was held with many children attending; 
all enjoyed the party and prizes of the last day. The program for 
adults on Celia Thaxter, the author, played to a full house. The 
pre-school story hour and kindergarten come to the library on 
Tuesday mornings. 

The new charge system has proved very helpful. The Friends of 
the Library have continued to staff the library on Saturday morn- 
ings as volunteers. Their book sale provides funds to the library. 
The group is much appreciated by the trustees and staff. We hope 
to be of service and help in 1983. 

MRS. VINCENT ALSFELD 
Librarian 

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WILTON PUBLIC AND GREGG FREE LIBRARY 

Treasurer's Report for 1982 



Operating Budget 



RECEIPTS: 



Operating balance on hand 1/1/82 
Fines, copier 
Unrestricted current gifts 
Keyes Memorial Trust 
Book Payments 
Equipment sale and misc. 

Trust Funds: 

Charles F. Blanchard 
Fanny W. Blanchard 
George W. Blanchard 
Lucy S. Blanchard 
Arthur H. Burns 
C. H. Burns 
HattieP. Clark 
Daniel Cragin 
James Day 
Sally M. Frye 
David A. Gregg 
Clara Lewis 
E. A. Newell 
George A. Newell 
A. M. Pendleton 
Nellie Perham 
Annie L. Powers 
E. M. Proctor 
Augusta W. Putnam 
George A. Whiting 
T. V. Williams 

Town of Wilton appropriation 

Balance forward 



5 428.16 
198.50 
190.46 
397.01 
126.49 
286.35 
595.51 
15.27 
937.29 
99.02 

2,557.38 

6,002.76 
388.89 
87.68 
821.70 
39.51 
119.22 
421.02 
595.51 

1,653.65 
198.50 



$3,229.62 
805.97 
530.00 
100.00 
158.84 
58.80 



16,159.88 



23,800.00 



$44,843.11 



DISBURSEMENTS: 

Salaries 
Janitor 
Janitor's supplies 



$17,301.48 

2,369.54 

102.49 



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Lawn care 




249.58 


Snow removal 




332.50 


Social Security 




1,158.95 


Library books, magazines, 






records, filmstrips 




9,282.69 


Hillstown Co-op Library Service 




75.00 


Mileage for Librarian 




162.60 


Library supplies and binding 




612.23 


Postage 




179.71 


Telephone 




251.65 


Electricity 




1,131.85 


Fuel 




2,967.00 


Insurance 




938.00 


Land and building 




1,651.74 


New equipment 




449.50 


Used shelving, tables, chairs 


$2,385.46 




Less: Capital fund approp. 


300.00 


2,085.46 


Endowment fund expense 




496.11 


Staff development 




254.47 


Clerical and bank expense 




120.37 


Deposit to painting and 






restoration fund 




700.00 




$42,872.92 


Reserve for NOW account 




500.00 


Operating balance on hand 12/31/82 




$ 1,470.19 


Painting and Restoration Saving 


s Account 




Balance 1/1/82 




$ 1,569.09 


Gift 




500.00 


Roland R. Cooley Fund grant 




500.00 


Interest 




99.34 


Deposit from operating budget 




700.00 


Less: Library consultant fee 


$500.00 




Cleaning walls in 






Children's Room 


350.00 




Balance 12/31/82 


$ 2,518.43 



Respectfully submitted, 
GLORY ANN BIER, Treasurer 



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WILTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 1982 

Unlike past years, the complaints received by the Wilton Police 
Department have increased by an insignificant number, which 
would indicate that our progressive patrols are effective. 

It is interesting to note that Bad Checks, Domestic Complaints, 
Criminal Mischief, Juvenile Complaints and Missing Person com- 
plaints have all shown a substantial rise, while the more serious 
complaints of Assault, Burglary, Larceny and Auto Theft have 
decreased. 

On April 15th of this year, the Wilton Municipal Court official- 
ly ceased operations with the retirement of Judge C. B. Sullivan 
and Wilton now comes under the Milford District Court with ses- 
sions being held on Thursday nights in the court room of the 
Wilton Town Hall. The change over was a bit cumbersome and 
caused some anxious moments but with the cooperation of all the 
problems were shortly overcome. 

Motor vehicle summonses have almost doubled from the 1981 
figure and DWI arrests occur each week. 

Motor Vehicle accidents on the whole are down, however, per- 
sonal injury accidents rose by seven. 

Wilton Police Department is now operating with a full staff 
with Officer John Wagner graduating from the Police Academy 
April 30, 1982, and our most recent employee, Craig Morse who 
was certified June 26, 1981. 

In closing I would like to express my sincere thanks to the 
citizens of Wilton for their continued support and to the members 
of the department for their devotion. 

Respectfully submitted, 

GEORGE L. AYRES, Chief of Police 



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Complaints Received 

Animal Complaints 173 

Arson 

Assault 1 1 

Attempted Burglary 9 

Attempted Robbery 

Bad Checks 15 

Burglary 9 

Child Abuse 3 

Criminal Mischief 96 

Criminal Threatening 4 

Domestic & Disturbance Calls 136 

Drugs & Alcohol 47 

Forgery 2 

Juveniles 51 

Larceny (Under $50.00) 36 

Larceny (Over $50.00) 29 

Missing Persons 24 

Robbery 

Stolen Motor Vehicles 5 

Suspicious Persons 85 

Suspicious Vehicles 29 

Truants 2 

Trespassing 33 



Accidents Investigated 86 

(1) Fatal Accidents (Pedestrian) 1 

(2) Personal Injury Accidents 23 

(3) Property Damage Accidents 62 

(4) Pedestrian Accidents 

Aid Rendered 361 

Alarms Answered 126 

Assists to Other Departments 149 

Miscellaneous Complaints 746 

Motor Vehicle 

(1) Motor Vehicle Summonses 670 

(2) Motor Vehicle Warnings & Checkups 328 

(3) Arrests 105 



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WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT 

In 1982 there were 15 more alarms than the previous year. Most 
of this increase came in the category of Mutual Aid calls and alarm 
malfunctions. Many of these alarm malfunction alarms were due to 
construction work on the sewer system when water lines were 
broken. Some of this was remedied when a 4" line was used to tie in 
the water system from different areas. 

We had one serious structural fire this year. There was quite a 
lot of damage done to the home and a considerable amount of 
work and money was needed to have the home repaired. 

Again a number of chimney fires were present. Although there 
was one less, it is not very encouraging. Especially when prevention 
programs were put on at the Wilton Fire Station and other Depart- 
ments throughout the area. Attendance by citizens was very poor. 

Training was done mostly at our monthly meetings, although 
some of the members attended fire schools in the area. Also some 
training classes were held at the Mutual Aid level as the Souhegan 
Mutual Fire Aid Association is in the process of putting on more 
training sessions for its members. 

I wish to thank the firemen, deputies, and other organizations 
and people who assisted us in the past year. 

Sincerely yours, 

GILBERT E. TESTA, Chief 



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1982 WILTON FIRE DEPARTMENT REPORT 

Number of Calls: 103 

Structure 6 

Vehicle Fires 4 

Brush & Grass 6 

Chimney Fires 20 

Rescue 3 

Service Calls 16 

False Alarms & Malfunctions 19 

Mutual Aid 25 

Hazardous Condition 1 

Debris Burning 3 

Mutual Aid Calls: 

To From 

Milford 4 7 

Amherst 1 

Greenville 8 

Lyndeborough 6 8 

New Ipswich 4 

Mont Vernon 1 

Temple 1 



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1982 Water Department Financial Statement of Water Users 

Debit Credit 

1981 Uncollected $ 7,146.93 

1982 Billing 43,864.16 
Collected & Remitted 42,567.18 
Abatements (1981 & 1982) 1,033.91 
Uncollected as of 12/31/82 7,410.00 



$51,011.09 $51,011.09 
(Invested Funds $90,026.30) 



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SEWER COMMISSIONERS' REPORT 

The new system construction program that started in April is 
progressing very well with 98 percent of street lines in place and two 
pumping stations and the meter station built. Service hookups and 
street paving is scheduled for the spring of 1983. 

The most important note for the project is that cost has been 
held within the budget, this includes repairs to some old problems 
and additional work not originally planned. 

The Commission thanks the Highway Department and the Fire 
Department for their cooperation when they have been needed this 
year. We also thank the Wilton Town Office staff for assisting us 
with tons of paper work and express our appreciation of the people 
of Wilton for their patience with the construction inconvenience. 

Financial Report 1982 



1981 Balance 

1982 Receipts 
1982 Outstanding 


1175.24 

12,211.35 

1,720.00 


1982 Expenses 


15,106.59 
5,599.87 


1982 Balance 

WILTON SEWER COMMISSIONERS 
Clifford S. Schultz, Jr. 


$9,506.72 



George Quinn 
Raymond Mahoney, Sr. 



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REPORT OF THE BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Norman K. Stimson 
New Dwellings 



Thomas Greenman 


$ 28.75 


Herbert & Grace Klein 


23.50 


David D.Miller 


14.50 


Edward J. Sullivan 


12.00 


Robert & Patricia Fairbanks 


19.50 


James Stearns 


17.00 


Richard & Elizabeth LaRosee 


22.50 


Steven & Nancy Prescott 


16.50 


Robert & Pauline Gochee 


19.50 


Robert Halverson 


14.50 


Alexander B. Morse 


14.50 




$202.75 


Barns, Garages & Additions 




Robert Levesque, Jr. 


$ 3.25 


David & Naomi Scanlon 


2.00 


Norman & Elinor Stimson 


3.50 


Swift Water Girl Scout Council (2) 


15.00 


Don P. Rankin 


2.00 


David & Elizabeth Castro 


4.50 


Arthur & Dorothy Atwood 


2.00 


Allen & Dorothy Durfee 


2.00 


Kenneth Smith 


3.00 


Alfred Clifford 


2.50 


Richard J. Anctil 


2.00 


Richard & Janet Wadleigh 


2.00 


Gilbert & Corinne Testa 


2.00 


Richard & Marie Ketcham 


3.00 


Jere Osgood 


2.00 


Howard & Kathleen Gotham 


2.00 


Andrew Benoit 


2.00 


Anthony Blair 


2.00 


Gary & Theresa Allen 


2.00 


James & Margaret Lewis 


4.50 


David Hubbard 


5.00 



$ 68.25 



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Alterations & Miscellaneous 

John F. Skelly, Jr. $ 2.00 

Edward & Jean Eckhardt 2.00 

Lucille N. Shay 2.50 

Joseph Robbins 2.00 

David & Julie Bursey 2.00 

David & Marcia Potter 7.50 

Michael & Jo Wadleigh 7.00 

Frank Metcalf 2.75 

Charles & Dorothy McGettigan 2.00 

Steve & Alice Vargish 2.00 





$ 31.75 


Commercial, Business & Industrial 




Charles Crawford 


$ 2.00 


Gary's Restaurant 


2.00 


High Mowing School 


37.00 


George & Nancy Pelletier 


2.00 



$ 43.00 



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RECYCLE CENTER REPORT 

This year found many New Hampshire towns desperately 
searching for an economically feasible ten year plan for solid waste 
disposal which would fulfill regulatory requirements under a state 
mandate. Our district, however, received an exemption from this 
mandate, having proven that our regional Recycling Center system 
operates effectively and is appropriate as a ten year solid waste 
disposal plan. 

The Center went through some major changes in 1982. In 
September, a new manager and quality control supervisor came 
aboard and with them they brought many new ideas about collec- 
ting and processing materials. In order to heighten the quality of 
glass for instance, wooden platforms were built to make con- 
taminants more visible. Also, mixed paper collection was 
reorganized and magazines became a new marketable category. 

Aluminum cans, glass and newspaper were the most valuable 
materials this year, bringing the total income to a figure which was 
16 percent of our total 1982 expenditures. Compost brought in 
almost twice the amount of money as it did in 1981 and received 
rave reviews from all who purchased it! 

We're counting on the added storage space which our new 
building will provide to give us the advantages of higher quality as 
well as greater quantity of marketable materials. With these 
benefits we are hoping that in the future our income will increase. 

The people of the six towns using the Center are to be com- 
mended for their continued support and patience. Each week we 
receive correspondence or visitors from all over the United States 
and even Canada requesting information about our unique solid 
waste system. "What makes it work?" they ask. Our reply - the 
people make it work! We, at the Recycle Center, once again would 
like to thank the public for their cooperation and encourage their 
continued enthusiasm. 

JOANN HERRIGEL, Manager 



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AMBULANCE SERVICE 

The Wilton Lyndeborough Volunteer Ambulance and Rescue 
Association completed another year of service to the two towns. 
Operating as a separate non-profit agency administered by a Board 
of Directors composed of residents of the towns, and with all 
volunteer attendants, the service made 200 runs in 1982. The am- 
bulance used is on loan from the towns and part of the operating 
costs is borne by tax revenues. Most of the operating and equip- 
ment cost is covered by a less than cost fee for use, and from dona- 
tions from the public. 

Continuing training to maintain skills is done, and most of the 
attendants are emergency medical technicians. Additional training 
in advance life support techniques plus the purchase of equipment 
to support that level of training, is being undertaken. It remains the 
aim and the accomplishment of this service to provide the highest 
level of emergency care and emergency transportation to the com- 
munities. 

About one quarter of the runs, equivalent to the population 
ratio, were made to Lyndeborough, and the balance in Wilton. The 
service also provides backup service to surrounding communities 
on a reciprocal basis. 

HUBERT M. HOOVER, Director 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH YOUTH CENTER 

The Youth center wishes to extend its gratitude and apprecia- 
tion to all who have either financially, voluntarily or by donations 
of supplies, equipment or talents to help to make the Youth Center 
programs a reality. Without your donations we would not have our 
summer recreation program 

The Center is grateful to both Wilton and Lyndeborough road 
crews who have helped to maintain the park roads and beaches. 

Special events for 1982 included the ski trip to Crotched Moun- 
tain, a successful swim team of 39 strong under the leadership of 
Mrs. Pat Connolly, P.J. Day #2, the Mexican Fiesta, Pepsi Hot 
Shot Basketball competition, flea market, Sacred Heart Parish 
outing, United Church of Lyndeborough outing, Little League 
games, use of ball field by WLC girls Softball and field hockey 
teams, Red Cross swim classes, basic rescue and advanced life 
saving courses, Heart Association CPR classes, tennis lessons with 
coach Connolly, basketball and softball competitions, ladies' adult 
Softball team and aerobic classes. 

Thanks to a generous donation by the Wilton Lions Club, the 
excavation project for the ice skating area at Carnival Hill was 
completed. 

Your tax dollars account for less than half of the operating 
costs of our summer programs. Additional monies must be raised 
by the Youth Center by special fund raising activities, registration 
fees and donations of all kinds. The Center is grateful for your con- 
tinued support and hopes that you will understand why we cannot 
continue to offer free of charge all the services that were offered 
free years ago. We will continue to strive to keep your tax dollar 
contributions at minimum. 

Respectfully, 

JANET L. JOHNSON, Chairman 



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WILTON RECREATION COMMISSION 

1982 marked the establishment of a Recreation Commission in 
Wilton. The Commission will seek to coordinate town resources, 
and establish cooperative agreements so that all town and school 
facilities may be utilized most effectively for the recreational 
activities of all residents. 

We will be talking with members of all recreational groups and 
reviewing the recently completed survey by the Carnival Hill Com- 
mittee. This information will allow us to better understand present 
activities, and plan for the development of recreational programs 
that are in the best interest of Wilton. 

Immediate plans include the publishing of a Wilton Recreation 
& Activities Calendar which will be distributed through the schools 
and downtown merchants. Two supportive groups, an Advisory 
Board and The Friends of Recreation, are being established. The 
Advisory Board will have members representing different groups in 
town to assist us in planning. The Friends of Recreation will be 
relied on to help us sponsor events and raise money for worthwhile 
recreational causes. 

Recreation meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each 
month, in the Town Hall. Meetings are open to the public, and we 
invite anyone who has interests or concerns in recreation to attend. 
There is a critical need for members to serve on both the Advisory 
Board and The Friends of Recreation. If you can help, please con- 
tact one of the Commissioners. Remember, "Recreation today 
means dividends for society tomorrow." 

Respectfully submitted, 

ED LAMMINEN 
HAL MELCHER 
JANET JOHNSON 
GARY CROOKER 
NED BUNNELL 

Wilton Recreation Commission 



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"ISLAND" HOUSING REHABILITATION PROJECT 

In the fall of 1981 the Town of Wilton received a grant from the 
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for 
$120,000 to assist homeowners of the "Island" in rehabilitating 
their homes. Many of the Island homes are at least 100 years old 
and, due to their age, these homes had antiquated and unsafe elec- 
trical systems, inefficient heating systems, and general deterior- 
ation of their foundations, beams and roofs. 

Over the course of 1982, 18 households, residing in 12 Island 
structures (6 two-family homes), had applied to the program and 
received varying levels of assistance, according to their income. 
Under the program's procedures, homeowners and tenants apply 
for assistance and provide information on their income level. The 
property is inspected and necessary repairs are itemized. 
Homeowners then secure three competitive bids from qualified 
contractors to do the work, and these are evaluated by the Wilton 
Community Development Steering Committee. Depending upon 
the income level of the occupant, grants are made in full or partial 
amounts to do this work. 

Through the end of December, 1982 a total of $92,542.07 had 
been awarded and spent in rehabilitating Island homes. All homes 
in the program were fully or partially rewired to eliminate obvious 
fire hazards or faulty and deteriorated electrical systems. Other 
types of rehabilitation included replacement of aging and ineffi- 
cient furnaces, insulation work, re-roofing, beam replacement, 
foundation and chimney repointing, and other miscellaneous home 
improvements. 

Of the $92,542.07 spent on rehabilitation activities in 1982, a 
total of $78,793.91 or 85 percent was awarded to households with 
incomes in the below low-to-moderate level, which received full 
awards. These households represented 12 of the 18 active par- 
ticipants. The remaining 6 households received partial awards due 
to their higher incomes and paid for a portion of the total cost. 

The program is now nearing completion and is scheduled for 
close-out by May 31, 1983. The program has been administered by 
the Nashua Regional Planning Commission under the guidance of 
the Wilton Community Development Steering Committee. The 
Committee Chairman is Gail Proctor and its members include the 
Board of Selectmen, Norman Stimson, Building Inspector and 
Simone Chabot, Lynn Draper and Charles McGettigan. 



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NASHUA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION 

This year has been a busy and productive year for the NRPC 
and the Commission has made great progress in serving the needs 
of its member municipalities. Wilton's continued support and par- 
ticipation in the Commission, through Commissioners Philip 
Heald and Gail Proctor, has enabled us to achieve new levels of 
regional cooperation to address common needs and problems. 

The Commission has continued to provide a high level of ser- 
vice to the Town of Wilton over the year, including the administra- 
tion of the Town's housing rehabilitation program for "the 
Island". The NRPC also completed a second application to the US 
Department of Housing and Urban Development for water system 
improvements, and performed a survey of water users to determine 
local income levels as a step toward securing low-interest loans 
from Farmer's Home Administration. Additionally, the Commis- 
sion provided assistance to the Wilton Sounding Board in their ef- 
forts to develop a comprehensive plan for the Town and have 
answered inquiries on discretionary easements made by Town of- 
ficials. 

Wilton's participation in the Commission's activities over the 
past year has also contributed to our identifying and addressing 
planning issues at the regional level. 

A major undertaking this year was the completion of a new 
Regional Plan. The Plan, which solicited local input through public 
forums in each member municipality, sets the stage for concerted 
local/regional efforts in the future to address the common concerns 
facing the region's residents. The Commission anticipates working 
closely with local officials to develop solutions to the planning 
issues identified in the Plan. 

A by-product of the preparation of the Plan has been the crea- 
tion of a standardized series of maps for each community in the 
region. The map system will provide the basic structure for a 
standard geographic system for environmental data; generate 
revenue through its availability to private sector clients; and reduce 
the costs to local governments for mapping associated with master 
plans and other planning studies. 

Water quality continued to be a major concern of the Commis- 
sion. The Nashua Area Aquifer Delineation Study is approaching 
its second year thanks to the near-unanimous support from local 
governments, the State Legislature, and the area business com- 
munity. The study will produce badly needed information to be 



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used in identifying and protecting the region's groundwater sup- 
plies. 

The Commission has also been instrumental in organizing local 
officials to achieve compliance with the State's new Solid Waste 
Management Law which calls for cooperative approaches to local 
solid waste disposal. The Commission has held several forums to 
bring local officials together to discuss regional solid waste 
management potential, and will continue to provide technical and 
planning assistance as alternative solutions develop. 

The Commission also continued its aggressive role in promoting 
and providing an ever-growing array of local technical assistance in 
the areas of municipal planning and administration. Planning 
assistance available includes local master planning and special proj- 
ect planning, ordinance writing, and reviews of development pro- 
posals for fiscal, traffic and environmental impact. Administrative 
assistance available includes municipal budgeting, accounting, and 
personnel management, cooperative purchasing, and capital im- 
provements programming. In addition, the Commission has also 
continued to help keep local officials up to date on new laws and 
planning methods which will affect them. This year, the Commis- 
sion sponsored a full-day seminar for local planning and zoning of- 
ficials, and again was a co-sponsor of the Law Lecture Series for 
municipal officials. Our Dispatch memos and new issue-oriented 
Soundings newsletter will continue to keep local governments in- 
formed of current issues and developments. 

Transportation planning continued to comprise a substantial 
portion of the Commission's activities. With the cooperation of the 
NH Department of Public Works and Highways, the Commission 
is providing traffic volume counts and technical assistance under its 
Highway Program to all twelve member communities. The 
assistance is now available upon request by local officials. 

The Commission has played an active role in on-going studies 
of three major roadways in the region, serving as a local technical 
and informational resource for the proposed F. E. Everett Turn- 
pike Improvement Program and the Nashua-Hudson Circumferen- 
tial Highway. The Commission also received a contract from the 
State Department of Public Works and Highways to study the land 
use and traffic conditions along Route 101 A from Exit 7 in Nashua 
to the Milford By-Pass. To coordinate its efforts in this area, the 
Commission established a Regional Transportation Task Force, 
consisting of local officials and legislators, business and industry 



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representatives, and citizens, to solicit input from local com- 
munities on their concerns with these projects, and to develop 
concensus wherever possible. 

The Nashua Area Mass Transit Study, completed by the Com- 
mission in 1981, was presented to the City in 1982. The Commis- 
sion also assisted the City and Greater Nashua Transportation Ser- 
vices to apply for and receive $99,000 in operating assistance funds 
for elderly and handicapped transportation service. 

We look forward to working with each of our twelve member 
communities in the coming year. In the meantime, our staff stands 
ready to assist you with any municipal planning and/or manage- 
ment concerns you have. 



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TOWN MEETING MINUTES 
March 9, 1982 - Wilton, New Hampshire 

The polls opened in the Court Room of the Town Hall by 
Moderator Vincent Alsfeld, who read the Town and School War- 
rants. There were 673 ballots cast, 22 were absentee. 

Supervisors of the Checklist reported 1411 registered voters on 
the checklist as of February 27th, final registration day before 
Town Meeting. 

The following votes were cast with numerous write-ins omitted: 

Selectmen - 3 years: 

Stephen K. Blanchard 431 

Richard D.Greeley 239 

Treasurer: 

Barry A. Greene 580 

Town Clerk: 

Sandra M. Trow 614 

Water Commissioner - 3 years: 

Raymond Mahoney 264 

Charles McGettigan 384 

Trustee of Trust Funds - 3 years: (Write-ins) 

Earl Watts 22 

Parks and Playgrounds: (Write-ins) 

Rene Houle 19 

Charles McGettigan 19 

Chris Carter 14 

Sewer Commissioner - 3 years: 

Raymond Mahoney 464 

Moderator: 

Vincent L. Alsfeld 565 

Supervisor of Checklist - 
6 years: (Write-ins) 

Cheryl Burns 96 

Lucille Upton 41 

Beano: 

Yes 314 No 187 

Zoning Question relative to conversion of existing 
residential structures: 

Yes 205 No 390 

At 7:30 p.m. on the same day at the Wilton School District 
Auditorium the meeting was opened by the Moderator reading the 

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warrant. The Moderator then recessed the meeting until the Town 
Officials could get to the meeting from tallying the day's votes. 

The meeting resumed at 8:45 p.m. The Moderator read the 
voting totals. Article 3 was taken up as previous articles were voted 
by ballot. Eddie Lamminen motioned old boards as listed normally 
elected at Town Meeting be nominated, seconded by Don McGet- 
tigan. Approved by voice vote. Stuart Draper nominated Gail Pro- 
ctor as Auditor for a two year term and also a member to serve on 
the Nashua Regional Planning Commission. Approved by voice 
vote. 

Stuart Draper corrected page 12 of the 1981 Town Report in 
place of $ should be the figure $12,743.00. Also correction on page 
21 under Credit, Yield taxes should read $4323.05, printing error. 
Harland Savage Jr. reported omission of Leonard Peterson's name 
as Library Trustee on page 4. Donna Hoover motioned reports be 
accepted as corrected, seconded by Dick Greeley. Voice vote 
approved report and corrections. Stuart Draper also credited Kelly 
Boyd for picture on the cover of the Town Report as one of the 
winners of the Photography contest on Old Home Days held in 
August. 

Article 4: Authorizing Selectmen and Town Treasurer to bor- 
row money in anticipation of taxes. Motioned by Eddie Lamminen, 
seconded by Howard Mason. Voice vote approval. 

Article 5: Authorizing Selectmen to dispose any real estate 
acquired through Tax Collector's deed was motioned by Howard 
Mason, seconded by Eddie Lamminen. Voice vote approval. 

Article 6: Town authorizing Selectmen to apply for, receive, 
and expend federal or state grants was motioned by Dick Greeley, 
seconded by Stuart Draper. Voice vote approval. 

Article 7: Appropriate and authorize withdrawal from the 
Federal Revenue Sharing Fund for the use as setoffs against 
budgeted and appropriation for specific purposes and in amounts 
indicated, with the balance to be raised by taxation: 

Highway Truck $10,000 

Fire Department - Cap. 1 ,900 

Library - Capital 4,000 

Bridges - Cap. (5500) 4,000 



$19,900 
Motioned by Joseph Pollock, seconded by Don McGettigan. Voice 
vote approval. 

Article 8: To instruct the Trustees of the Trust Funds to transfer 
$500 from the Roland Cooley Fund to the Trustees of the Wilton 

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Public Library. Motioned by Spencer Brookes, seconded by 
Howard Mason. Voice vote approval. 

Article 9: Authorize the formation of a Recreation Commission 
appointed by the Selectmen. Motioned by Philip Heald, seconded 
by Peg Hardy. Question raised why the need. Philip Heald ex- 
plained idea grown from survey on Carnival Hill uses. Eddie Lam- 
minen stated it would help co-ordinate all the Town needs for 
recreation. Question raised by Andrew Linnell how many on the 
commission. Phil Heald stated 5 members, two for 3 years, two for 
2 years and one for 1 year. Voice vote approval. 

Article 10: Regarding Re- Appraisal of all taxable and non- 
taxable property and withdraw from surplus $60,000 for con- 
ducting a professional reappraisal. Motioned by Stuart Draper, 
seconded by Greg Bohosiewicz. Question by Jean Vincent asking if 
we really have the surplus. Norman Stimson wanted to know if 
Selectmen were going to reassess or to hire someone. Answer by 
Stuart Draper to hire someone. Norman Stimson wanted to know 
why. Stuart Draper explained State Board of Taxation ordered a 
reappraisal done by April 1, 1982. Much discussion ensued with 
numerous questions and comments. Discussion of option of cur- 
rent use if reappraisal puts land assessments too high to afford to 
retain land. Current use must be filed by April 15th of a given year. 

Charles McGettigan wished to amend the motion to read "To 
see if the Town will instruct the Board of Selectmen to reappraise 
all taxable and non-taxable properties and to withdraw from the 
surplus the sum of $60,000 for the purpose of conducting a profes- 
sional reappraisal of all taxable and non-taxable properties and 
that a public hearing be held by the Selectmen to inform the citizens 
of their choice to conduct the appraisal and how it will be done. 
Hubert Hoover moved the amendment, seconded by Howard 
Mason. Voice vote approval on the amendment. Moderator an- 
nounced a paper ballot has been requested on the reappraisal. Vote 
by paper ballot: Yes 138 No 56. 

Article 11: Petition article requesting to raise and appropriate 
$15,000 to repair rust, replace the water tank, and add a reel for 4 
inch hose. Motioned by Gilbert Testa, seconded by Robert Pollock. 
Gilbert Testa explained what the Fire Department wished to do. 
Budget Committee Chairman Eddie Lamminen explained why the 
Budcom was not recommending this article. The Budget Commit- 
tee wanted to put in $8500 this year and the balance to be raised 
next year to have the total job done. Stanley Schultz pointed out 
that the current year's Budget Committee could not commit next 



72 



year's Budget Committee to putting in the balance of the funds. 
Paper ballot was again requested. Vote by ballot: 
Yes 138 No 54. 

Article 12: To accept the Budget as prepared by the Budget 
Committee was motioned in the amount of $841,077 by Eddie 
Lamminen, which consisted of the proposed printed budget of 
$816,078 plus $14,999 voted approved on the fire truck and an ad- 
dition of $10,000 for Highway emergency appropriation. Mildred 
Gibbons requested an additional $1300 for the elderly, Meals on 
Wheels program. Moderator called for a voice vote after much 
discussion, and could not distinguish count. Standing vote showed 
approval. Budget figure then approved was $842,377. 

Article 13: Regarding nuclear arms freeze was motioned by 
Helen Ring, seconded by Gail Proctor. Request to amend the 
article but Moderator stated it could not be amended as it was a 
petition article. Greg Bohosiewicz moved the question, seconded by 
Dick Greeley. Paper ballot vote taken twice due to challenged 
voter. Ballot vote was Yes 79 No 57. 

Article 14: Under any other business, Moderator questioned the 
town meeting as to their pleasure on holding separate meeting aside 
from voting day for the business meeting. Concensus was to put a 
warrant article in next year to vote for separate days. 

Stuart Draper spoke about Dick Greeley's years of service to the 
Town. A standing ovation was given Dick Greeley. Millie Gibbons 
also acknowledged the years of service given by Emily Giffin as 
Supervisor of the Checklist. A standing ovation was given Emily 
Giffin. Jean Pollock motioned the meeting adjourn at 11:55 p.m. 
Eddie Lamminen seconded. Moderator declared meeting closed. 

Respectfully submitted: 
SANDRA M. TROW, Town Clerk 



73 



MARRIAGES — 1982 



Date 

Jan. 1 



Place 

Wilton 



Bride and Groom 



William M. Marsh 
Stefanie C. Cann 

Jan. 4 Antrim Forrest A. Hussey 

Florence C. Robbins 

Feb. 14 Wilton David W. Hubbard 

Collette D. Nerbonne 

Mar. 26 Wilton Charles J. Face 

Debra L. Rafter 

Apr. 10 Wilton Gene A. Parker 

Carol A. Bishop 
Anthony M. Graham 
Glynn Lisus 
Clayton R. McCrum 
Marguerite C. Cheever 
James K. Tyler 
Kaye S. Wylie 
David E. Cawley 
Rebecca Fogle 
Londonderry George B.D. Tocher 
Maureen Q. Forsyth 
Kevin M. Jean 
Susan L. Jowders 
Mark A. Hamman 
Nancy B. Cornbrooks 

May 22 New Boston John C. LaPonsie 
Joann Drew 

May 22 Marlboro Thomas L. Paquette 
Bonnie J. Adams 

May 29 Lyndeboro Jeffrey E. Hutchinson 
Michelle A. Roy 

May 29 Peterborough James A. Lajoie, Jr. 
Joanna L. McCarthy 



Apr. 16 Wilton 

Apr. 14 

Apr. 23 

May 1 

May 8 

May 8 Milford 

May 9 Milford 



Wilton 



Wilton 



Milford 



Parents 

William T. Marsh 
Mary L. McNaugher 
Alfred J. Cann 
Edna Banis 
John F. Hussey 
Estelle Brackett 
Orlow A. Cutter 
Grace H. Sheldon 
Gordon Hubbard 
Isabel Seeley 
Paul Soucy 
Lorraine Migneault 
John D. Face 
Janice Jerome 
Bruce T. Rafter 
Shirley Patten 
Herbert Parker 
Evelyn Sayball 
Clyde Bishop 
Glenna Maynard 
Arthur Graham 
Lily Fehler 
Max Lisus 
Monica Magasiner 
James McCrum 
Grace Foster 
Harry C. Crosby 
Mildred E. Sellows 
Warren H. Tyler 
Beatrice Perron 
Alva F. Wylie 
Stella A. Rockwell 
James Cawley 
Dorothea Fayne 
Robert J. Canfield 
Rita M. Poisson 
Duncan L. Tocher 
Frances Curtin 
Thomas F. Quinn 
M. Dorothy Spring 
Roland A. Jean 
Mary P. Keenan 
Allen W. Jowders 
Priscilla E. Conti 
Robert E. Hamman 
Margret L. Moery 
C.W. Cornbrooks 
Katherine T. Magill 
John B. LaPonsie 
Alice Kimball 
John F. Drew 
Elsie M. Noyes 
Francis S. Paquette 
Joan E. Phelps 
Robert Adams 
Ruth Greeley 
Robert Hutchinson 
Peggy A. Kinnvall 
Earl D. Roy 
Ann McGarrigle 
James Lajoie, Sr. 
Joan Gregory 
Kenneth J. McCarthy 
Mary F. Donahue 



Name and Station of 
Officiant 

Janet Cooper Nelson 
Clergyman 



Barbara Huntley 
Justice of the Peace 



James K. Glenn 
Justice of the Peace 



Sandra M. Trow 
Justice of the Peace 



Gerald N. Scribner 
Clergyman 



Samuel G. Proctor, Sr. 
Justice of the Peace 



Craig H. Richards 
Clergyman 



Donald E. Magnuson 
Clergyman 



Daniel W. Ferry 
Clergyman 



H.A. Anderson 
Justice of the Peace 



Gerald N. Scribner 
Clergyman 



Dale W. Riley 
Justice of the Peace 



Andrew Tempelman 
Clergyman 



George H. Bause, Jr. 
Clergyman 



William B. Wylie 
Clergyman 



William Kelley 
Clergyman 



74 



MARRIAGES — 1982 











Name and Station of 


Date 


Place 


Bride and Groom 


Parents 


Officiant 


June 12 


Peterborough Michael E. Potter 


Earl E. Potter 


Cleston V. Staples 








Rose Mary Walter 


Justice of the Peace 






Lynette Estey 


Russell Estey 
Marjorie Raymond 




June 19 


Wilton 


Robert T. Harron 
Janice R. Demers 


John T. Harron 
Mary Burbank 
Joseph Robare 
Hildred Valiant 


John W. Cowie 
Justice of the Peace 


June 26 


Wilton 


William R. Ellis 
Patricia A. Nevin 


George C. Ellis 
Margaret Allen 
Ronald J. Nevin 
Florence Mackenzie 


G.E. Auger 
Clergyman 


June 28 


Wilton 


Michael B. Beauregard 
Cheryl A. Paro 


Roger Beauregard 
Roberta Decroes 
Lawrence J. Paro 
Collette Rodier 


Alfred Jannetta 
Clergyman 


July 2 


Wilton 


Michael D. Porter 
Edith C. Smith 


Donald Porter 
Audrey Foster 
Herbert Chaplin, Sr. 
Marie Demaris 


Guy A. Newton, Jr. 
Clergyman 


July 3 


New Ipswich Simpson P. Flanders 


Walter Flanders 


James T. Nelson 








Thelma Wright 


Justice of the Peace 






Joyce B. Hadley 


Edson Worcester 
Evelyn Durfee 




July 9 


Wilton 


Timothy J. Hodge 
Pamela L. Shaw 


Herbert T. Hodge, Jr. 
Phoebe Batchelder 
Raymond J. Shaw 
Margaret Fairfield 


George L. Ayres 
Justice of the Peace 


July 10 


Wilton 


Michael D. Rodgers 
Susan I. Mochrie 


Kenneth DeLaughter 
Genevieve Knoch 
Donald Mochrie 
Marion Whitney 


Frank W. Carpenter 
Clergyman 


July 31 


Lyndeboro 


Jonathan K. Rocca 
Theresa B. Brossard 


Theodore Rocca 
Irene Bly 

Frederick Brossard 
Doris L. Prince 


William B. Wylie 
Clergyman 


Aug. 9 


Milford 


David F. Scimeini 
Diane E. Crosby 


Frank Scimeini 
Louise Carkin 
Paul Dahlin 
Claudine Newton 


Charles F. Sullivan 
Justice of the Peace 


Aug. 14 


Wilton 


Stuart S. Draper 
Bonnie L. Ayres 


J. Elmer Draper 
Inez M. Smith 
Donald Kendall 
Ruth E. Remer 


Gerald N. Scribner 
Clergyman 


Aug. 28 


Wilton 


Dennis D. Apgar 
Deborah A. Schofield 


Frank Apgar, Sr. 
Mary Howell 
Edward Osifchin 
Mary Sucigan 


James T. Nelson 
Justice of the Peace 


Aug. 28 


Nashua 


Carl L. Varney 
Kathleen A. Malone 


Edward Varney 
Alberta Hall 
Robert Malone 
Betty Cowgill 


Nicholas P. Rogers 
Clergyman 


Sept. 5 


Amherst 


Richard N. Glennan 
Jane Mullaney 


Frank Glennan 
Marjorie Fradd 
John Mullaney 
Jane Baker 


Daniel Lewis 
Clergyman 


Sept. 8 


Milford 


Joseph W. Robbins III 
Wendalyn S. Marmorstein 


Joseph Robbins 
Veronica Moody 
Jerald Seamans 
Virginia Tuthill 


David L. Clarke 
Clergyman 


Sept. 12 


Wilton 


George A. Atkins 
Adele Rohrer 


Ralph G. Atkins 
Myrtle M. Tierney 
Douglas Rohrer 
Merriel Chesley 


Andrew Tempelman 
Clergyman 



75 



MARRIAGES — 1982 



Date 

Sept. 18 



Place 

Wilton 



Oct. 1 Wilton 



Oct. 2 Milford 



Oct. 10 Wilton 



Nov. 13 Wilton 



Nov. 27 Wilton 



Nov. 27 Wilton 



Dec. 17 Wilton 



Dec. 24 Lyndeboro 



Dec. 26 Nashua 



Bride and Groom 

James H. Tallarico 
Debra J. Mason 
Kevin J. Toomey 
Sandra A. Tetreault 
Kevin M. Dery 
Susan L. Adams 
Robert G. Segal 
Janice W. Yellin 
Charles G. Cobb III 
Allison C. Kelley 
Robert B. Bostock 
Joan L. Moore 
Philip E. Tuomala 
Dawn Bennett 
Keith V. Robb 
Mary E. McMurray 
James C. Gibbons 
Kathleen A. Hastey 
Richard H. Keilig, Jr. 
Carol J. Deschenes 



Parents 

Leslie Tallarico 
Phyllis Pettingill 
James R. Mason 
Jane Liberty 
Lawrence Toomey 
Mary Lou Marchi 
Roland Tetreault 
Jacqueline Lemire 
David Dery 
Karola Klee 
Ernest C. Adams 
Esther Hammond 
Marvin Segal 
Lucille Greenberg 
Bernard Yellin 
Anne Siedenfeld 
Charles G. Cobb 
Henrietta Salles 
Jack Kelley 
Mary L. Hoffman 
Peter G. Bostock 
Claire Campbell 
Leroy Allard 
Elizabeth Myers 
Tauno M. Tuomala 
Irma Pajanen 
Eldon Bennett 
Marie Huntoon 
James L. Robb 
Hilda H. Lund 
Eugene Y. McKay, Sr. 
Pearl Lon 
Bernard Gibbons 
Gabrielle Bergeron 
John Richardson 
Katherine Cassidy 
Richard Keilig, Sr. 
Martha Griffiths 
John Deschenes 
Cecile Desjardins 



Name and Station of 
Officiant 



Frank W. Carpenter 
Clergyman 



Alfred Jannetta 
Clergyman 



Sherwood Larson, Jr. 
Clergyman 



Charles B. Sullivan 
Justice of the Peace 



James T. Nelson 
Justice of the Peace 



Grant H. Odhner 
Clergyman 



David B. Sullivan 
Justice of the Peace 



Sandra M. Trow 
Justice of the Peace 



Grace Darakjian 
Justice of the Peace 



Marguerite L. Ross 
Justice of the Peace 



76 



Births Registered in the Town of Wilton 
For the Year Ending December 31, 1982 



Date 

Jan. 14 
Jan. 20 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 3 
Feb. 18 
Feb. 24 
Feb. 26 
Mar. 18 
Mar. 19 
Mar. 23 
Mar. 31 
Apr. 16 
Apr. 19 
May 12 
May 16 
May 18 
May 22 
May 28 
June 1 
June 4 
June 26 
July 8 
Aug. 1 
Aug. 25 
Aug. 25 
Aug. 27 
Aug. 27 
Sept. 16 
Oct. 18 
Oct. 20 
Oct. 30 
Nov. 3 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 12 



Place 

Peterborough 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Peterborough 

Wilton 

Wilton 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Peterborough 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Peterborough 

Nashua 

Peterborough 

Nashua 

Peterborough 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Peterborough 

Wilton 

Nashua 

Peterborough 

Peterborough 

Nashua 

Wilton 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Nashua 

Peterborough 

Nashua 

Nashua 



Name of Child 

Skyler Christina 
Bradford Kendall 
Dennis Emile, Jr. 
Heather Douglas 
Baby Girl 
Warren Charles Jr. 
Hannah Michelle 
Sara Lynn 
Morgan Owens 
Heather Joan 
Jeremy Emil 
Elizabeth Arron 
Jessica Michael 
Nicollette Rose 
Benjamin Robert 
John Alexander 
Jillian Virginia 
Jennifer Lynn 
Kathryn Anne 
Kelly Elizabeth 
David Raymond Jr. 
Christopher Ronald 
Krystal Claire 
Noa Currier 
Zachary Benjamin 
Baby Boy 
Isaac Penn 
Shuka Raymond 
Celia Theresa 
Martin Robert 
Melissa Mae 
Pamela Leigh 
Garrett Edward 
Amelia Ruth 
Nicholas John 
Richard Tyler 
Jonathan Barry 
Loren Carly 
Hannah Mary Dawson 



Name of Father 

William B. Hunter 
Robert F. Eastman 
Dennis . Labednick 
John E. Burns 
Peter M. Zahn 
Warren Hultman 
Michael Turgeon 
Roger L. Currier 
Russell Robbat 
Charles Watson 
Dennis Maki 
Carroll Mayhew 
John Jarest 
Jere N. Stevens 
Barry O'Dwyer 
John F. Hubert 
Royden Sanders 
Harold Dion 
Randolph Dunn 
Richard Hartson 
David R. Daniels 
Gary R. Gagne 
Ross Jensen 
Stephen Warren 
C. Wilson Sullivan 
Howard Chittenden 
Howard Chittenden 
Raymond Smith 
Allen Barenholtz 
Michael Hannigan III 
Gene A. Parker 
Timothy Hodge 
Arthur Alley 
Arthur Alley 
Will Houston 
Edward D. Abbott 
Mark A. Baxter 
Stephen Hunt 
Randall Gerry 



Name of Mother 

Deborah R. Giffin 
Suzanne P. Coon 
Diane C. Dequlis 
Cheryl A. Hawes 
Claudia Copertino 
Penny McBain 
Joanne Biscoe 
Susan Saaf 
Mary Owens 
Judith Bentley 
Cheryl A. Shaw 
Terryjo Butler 
Susan Daniels 
Roseann Heinemann 
Robin A. Newton 
Nancy M. Good 
Janice Ferguson 
Donna J. Butler 
Gretchen Cramer 
Holly Lamy 
Deborah Mudgett 
Michelle LeBlanc 
Mary Blanchard 
Susan Currier 
Janet Hymowitz 
Judith Schmiedt 
Judith Schmiedt 
Kwang R. Yum 
Sissel Stoll 

Margaret Von Iderstine 
Carol A. Bishop 
Pamela Shaw 
Kathy McGraw 
Kathy McGraw 
Cindy LeClerc 
Judy Vaillancourt 
Monica M. Barry 
Gena Broitman 
Patricia Dawson 



77 



Deaths Registered in the Town of Wilton 
For the Year Ending December 31, 1982 



Date 


Place 


Name of Deceased 


Age 


Name of Father 


Name of Mother 


Jan. 4 


Nashua 


Catherine E. Richardson 


73 


John Thompson 


Christina Sinclair 


Jan. 5 


Wilton 


Clayton D. Upton 


73 


John Upton 


Ella Butterfield 


Mar. 27 


Nashua 


Renee M. Chouinard 


14 


Robert Chouinard 


Jacqueline Jalbert 


Apr. 27 


Nashua 


Frank A. Almeida 


39 


Francisco Almeida 


Theresa Livramen 

to 

Mary Reardon 


May 8 


Peterborough 


Norman T. Conrad 


71 


Edward Conrad 


June 26 


Nashua 


Florilda Boutwell 


79 


Alphonse Levesque 


Josephine Blan- 
chette 


June 27 


Nashua 


Ross well C. Nichols 


76 


Rufus S. Nichols 


Edwina Cloutman 


July 17 


Wilton 


Dollie E. Clark 


86 


John McCormack 


Jane Forrisees 


July 20 


Nashua 


Edward Sheris 


58 


Joseph Czeris 


Emily 


Aug. 29 


Wilton 


William C. Gates 


80 


Clinton Gates 


Lucy Hubbard 


Aug. 30 


Concord 


Leroy Laliberte 


75 


Wilderick Laliberte 


Leona Violett 


Sept. 20 


Nashua 


Kristen Farrow 


35 


Kenneth Vaillancourt 


Ruth Foster 


Oct. 12 


Wilton 


John G. LeBert 


90 


George LeBert 


Chrisptene 
Feltchisne 


Dec. 2 


Peterborough 


Russell J. Burden 


75 


James R. Burden 


Carrie B. Burden 


Dec. 8 


Nashua 


Dorothy V. Lowe 


66 


George Tuttle 


Mabel Corliss 


Dec. 23 


Wilton 


Earle F. Foster 


78 


Warren Foster 


Ethel Bailey 



Burials Registered in the Town of Wilton, N.H. 
For the Year Ending December 31, 1982 



Date 


Place of Death 


Name of Deceased 


Age 


Place of Burial 


Jan. 4 


Nashua 


Catherine Richardson 


73 


Laurel Hill 


Jan. 5 


Wilton 


Clayton D. Upton 


74 


Laurel Hill 


Apr. 8 


St. Paul, Mn. 


Nicholas B. Welch 


72 


Mt. Calvary 


Apr. 21 


Nashua 


Alfred Lavigne 


67 


Mt. Calvary 


Apr. 23 


Pittsfield, Me. 


Cora S. Holland 


85 


Laurel Hill 


Apr. 24 


Nashua 


Ruby M. Holt 


89 


Laurel Hill 


May 8 


Lyndeborough 


Norman T. Conrad 


71 


Mt. Calvary 


June 26 


Nashua 


Florilda Boutwell 


79 


Laurel Hill 


June 27 


Nashua 


Roswell C. Nichols 


76 


Laurel Hill 


July 20 


Portland, Me. 


Mary P. Griffiths 


72 


Mt. Calvary 


Aug. 24 


Providence, R.I. 


William E. Delage 


60 


Mt. Calvary 


Aug. 31 


Nashua 


Sean M. McGrath 


38 


Laurel Hill 


Sept. 7 


Concord 


Helen M. Clark 


78 


Laurel Hill 


Sept. 28 


Nashua 


Donald K. McLeod 


76 


Laurel Hill 


Oct. 9 


St. George, Ut. 


Carl W. Swanson 


73 


Laurel Hill 


Dec. 22 


Milford 


Theodore R. Langdell 


63 


Vale End 


Dec. 23 


Wilton 


Earle F. Foster 


78 


Laurel Hill 


Dec. 25 


Nashua 


Calvin W. Locke, Sr. 


69 


Vale End 



78 



ANNUAL REPORTS 

of the 

School District Officers 

of 

Wilton, N.H. 

for the 

Year Ending June 30, 1982 



INDEX 

Wilton School District 

Auditor's Report 23 

Balance Sheet 22 

Financial Reports 18 

School Board's Budget 8 

Budget Committee's Recommended Budget 17 

School District Officers 4 

School Treasurer 23 

Statistics 3 

Superintendent's Report 24 

Warrant for Election of Officers 5 

Warrant for Meeting 6 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative District Reports 

Auditor's Certificate 45 

Balance Sheet 43 

Budget Committee's Recommended Budget 36 

Financial Reports 38 

School Board's Budget 29 

School District Officers 25 

School Lunch 46 

School Notes and Bonds 43 

Superintendent's Report 47 

Treasurer's Report 45 

Warrant for Election of Officers 26 

Warrant for Meeting 27 



STATISTICS FOR SCHOOL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1982 
Wilton and Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Districts 

ENROLLMENT 



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10 6 15.3 14.3 93.3 

12 8 19.7 19.0 96.4 

10 11 18.4 17.7 96.2 

12 11 21.6 20.7 95.9 

13 11 21.9 20.6 94.3 
12 10 21.4 20.9 97.8 
17 6 21.2 20.5 96.7 

14 10 22.7 21.8 95.9 
12 11 21.7 20.5 94.3 

10 14 23.6 22.6 95.8 
9 16 23.5 22.2 94.3 

14 6 19.4 18.4 95.1 

11 8 18.0 17.2 95.7 
60 66 108.5 102.0 94.5 

122 117 215.4 200.5 93.8 

ATTENDING SCHOOL ELSEWHERE 

(Based on Census taken September 2, 1982) 

Attending Public Schools Outside the District 

Attending Private Schools Outside the District 26 

Attending Private Schools Within the District 93 

Attending Parochial Schools Outside the District 13 

WILTON CENSUS REPORT 

September 1, 1982 
(Age 1 day to 18 years inclusive) 

Boys: 443 Girls: 428 Total: 871 



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Grade Readiness 


Grade 1 


Grade 1 


Grade 2 


Grade 2 


Grade 3 


Grade 3 


Grade 4 


Grade 4 


Grade 5 


Grade 5 


Grade 6 


Grade 6 


Grades 7 & 8 


Grades 9-12 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT 



SCHOOL DISTRICT OFFICERS 



Moderator: 
Clerk: 
Treasurer: 
Auditors: 



Mr. Vincent L. Alsfeld 
Mrs. Gretchen Hutchinson 
Mr. Lawrence Brown 
Mr. Wayne O. Lamminen 
Mr. Dennis A. Claire 



March 1983 
March 1983 
June 30, 1983 
March 1983 
March 1983 



SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS 



Chairperson: 
Secretary: 
Board Member: 



Mrs. Sandra M. Trow 
Mr. Earl W. Watts 
Mrs. Joyce A. Fisk 



March 1985 
March 1983 
March 1984 



SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



Mr. Vincent J. Franco 



State of New Hampshire 

SCHOOL WARRANT 

For Election of Officers on March 8, 1983 

To the inhabitants of the WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT, 
qualified to vote in the WILTON District Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the TOWN HALL in said 
district on the EIGHTH day of March 1983 at 10:00 o'clock in the 
forenoon, to vote for District Officers: 

1. To choose a Moderator, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

2. To choose a Clerk, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a Member of the School Board, by ballot, for the en- 
suing three (3) years. 

4. To choose a Treasurer, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

5. To choose two (2) Auditors, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

Polls will open for balloting from 10:00 a.m. and will not close 
before 6:00 p.m. 

Given under our hands at said WILTON this seventh day of 
February 1983. 

EARL W. WATTS 
SANDRA M. TROW 
School Board 

A true copy of Warrant — Attest: 
EARL W. WATTS 
SANDRA M. TROW 

School Board 



State of New Hampshire 
WILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

For Annual District Meeting on March 5, 1983 

To the inhabitants of the School District in the Town of Wilton 
in the County of Hillsborough, State of New Hampshire, qualified 
to vote upon District Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Wilton Elementary in 
said District on Saturday, the fifth day of March 1983, at seven 
thirty (7:30) o'clock in the evening, to act upon the following sub- 
jects: 

Notice: School District Officers to be elected at the Town 
Meeting to be held at the Town Hall beginning at 10:00 o'clock in 
the morning on Tuesday, March 8, 1983. 



6. To determine and appoint the salaries of the School Board 
and Truant Officer, and fix the compensation of any other officers 
or agents of the District. 

7. To hear reports of Agents, Auditors, Committees, or Of- 
ficers chosen and pass any vote relating thereto. 

8. To see if the District will vote to authorize the School Board 
to make application for and to accept, in the name of the District, 
such advances or grants-in-aid and other funds for educational pur- 
poses as may now or hereafter be forthcoming from the United 
States Governmemt and/or State Agencies, and to expend the same 
for such projects as designated by the grant. 

9. To see if the District will vote to raise and appropriate, in ad- 
dition to the original appropriation for 1982-83 the sum of Sixteen 
thousand and sixty nine dollars ($16,069.00) to be made available 
to the School District prior to July 1, 1983 in order to meet unan- 
ticipated obligations caused by costs incurred for special education 
programs as mandated by State and Federal Statute. 

10. To see what sum of money the District will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the support of schools, for the salaries of school 
district officers and agents and for payment of statutory obliga- 
tions of the district. 



1 1 . To transact any other business that may legally come before 
this meeting. 

Given under our hands at said Wilton this seventh day of 
February 1983. 

EARL W. WATTS 
SANDRA M. TROW 
School Board 

A true copy of Warrant — Attest: 
EARL W. WATTS 
SANDRA M. TROW 

School Board 



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Wilton School District 
BUDGET COMMITTEE'S BUDGET 

1983-84 



Section 1 

Purpose of Appropriation 

Function 

1000 Instruction 

1100 Regular Programs 

1200 Special Programs 

1400 Other Instructional Programs 

2000 Support Services 

2120 Guidance 

?130 Health 

2150 Speech Path. & Audiology 

2210 Improvement of Instruction 

2220 Educational Media 

2310 All Other Objects 

2320 351 S.A.U. Management Serv. 

2400 School Administration Services 

2540 Operation & Maint. of Plant 

2550 Pupil Transportation 

2600 Managerial Services 

2900 Other Support Services 

5000 Other Outlays 

5240 To Food Service Fund 

1122 Deficit Appropriation 

Total Appropriations 



Section II 

Revenues & Credits Available 

to Reduce School Taxes 

770 Unreserved Fund Balance 
3130 Incentive Aid 
3240 Handicapped Aid 
1500 Earnings on Investments 
Other - Trust Funds 
Rent 

Total School Revenues & Credits 
District Assessment 

Total Revenues & District Assessment 



(School portion of the Business Profits Tax $35,099.75 (1982) 
to be applied to the District Assessment 
when computing the School Tax Rate) 
1981 - $36,058.21 
EDDIE J. LAMMINEN, JR. BARBARA E. SCHULTZ 
STUART DRAPER NORMAN K. STIMSON 

DONALD R. McGETTIGAN R. D. ROCKWOOD 





School 


Budget 


Approved 


Board's 


Comm. 


Budget 


Budget 


Recom. 


1981-82 


1982-83 


1982-83 


$266,162.00 


$283,951.00 


$283,951.00 


41,199.00 


46,191.00 


46,191.00 


50.00 


50.00 


50.00 


1,432.00 


2,005.00 


2,005.00 


7,256.00 


12,644.00 


12,644.00 


7,811.00 


5,616.00 


5,616.00 


1,710.00 


1,080.00 


1,080.00 


1,874.00 


1,947.00 


1,947.00 


2,920.00 


3,595.00 


3,595.00 


19,289.00 


18,674.00 


18,674.00 


31,781.00 


35,534.00 


35,534.00 


79,996.00 


99,111.00 


99,111.00 


55,540.00 


61,585.00 


61,585.00 


7,300.00 


8,230.00 


8,230.00 


5,015.00 


4,754.00 


4,754.00 


1,434.00 






17,000.00 


16,069.00 


16,069.00 


$547,769.00 


$601,036.00 


$601,036.00 


Estimated Revenues 






School 


Budget 


Revised 


Board's 


Committee 


Revenues 


Budget 


Budget 


1981-82 


1982-83 


1982-83 


0.00 


0.00 


0.00 


4,994.00 






19,169.00 


19,169.00 


19,169.00 


1,200.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 




3,000.00 
$ 26,169.00 


3,000.00 


$ 27,863.00 


$ 26,169.00 


$519,906.00 


$574,867.00 


$574,867.00 


$547,769.00 


$601,036.00 


$601,036.00 



SANDRA M. TROW 
Budget Committee 
February 11, 1983 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 
Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1982 

RECEIPTS 

Revenue from Local Sources 

1100 Taxes 

1121 Current Appropriation $486,157.00 

Deficit Advance Appropriation 17,000.00 

1500 Earnings on Investments 

1510 Interest on Investments 1,572.33 

1900 Other Revenue from Local Sources 

1910 Rentals 160.00 

1920 Contributions & Donations 2,589.83 

1990 Other Local Revenue 5.00 

3000 Revenue from State Sources 

3100 Unrestricted Grants-in-Aid 

3120 Sweepstakes 4,734.11 

3200 Restricted Grants-in-Aid 

3240 Handicapped Aid 25,909.37 

3290 Refugee Aid 99.45 

5000 Revenue from Other Sources 

5100 Sale of Bonds and Notes 
5300 Sale or Compensation for 

loss of fixed assets 230.00 



Grant Total Receipts $538,457.09 

Cash on Hand June 30, 1981 - General 2,041.85 



$540,498.94 



EXPENDITURES 

1000 Instruction 

1100 Regular Education Programs 

100 Teacher Salaries $213,289.00 

200 Benefits 22,148.67 

400 Purchased Services 225.00 

600 Supplies 9,637.59 

700 Property 1,351.42 

1110 100 Teacher Aid Salaries 5,536.72 

200 Benefits 782.89 

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1120 122 Substitute Salaries 


2,090.00 


200 Benefits 


163.70 


1130 122 Homebound Salaries 


774.25 


200 Benefits 


58.65 


1200 Special Education Program 




100 Salaries 


9,993.00 


200 Benefits 


1,371.65 


600 Supplies 


304.51 


700 Equipment 


795.00 


800 Misc. 


50.00 


1290 Tuition 




561 Public-In-State 


17,385.41 


569 Private 


33,527.79 


1400 Other Instructional Programs 




1490 810 Camp Fee 


40.00 


2100 Supporting Services - Pupil 




2120 Guidance Services 




300 Testing 


362.68 


600 Tests 


545.63 


800 Counseling 


301.00 


2130 Health Services 




100 Salary 


6,381.00 


200 Benefits 


981.06 


300 Purchased Services - Physicals 


266.50 


500 Purchased Services - Insurance 


.00 


600 Supplies 


382.08 


800 Misc. 


40.00 


2150 Speech Services 




100 Salaries 


5,913.00 


200 Benefits 


992.50 


600 Supplies 


185.67 


700 Add'l. Equipment 


.00 



2200 Supporting Services - Instructional 

2210 Improvement of Inst. Services 

270 Course Reimbursement 210.00 

290 Staff Development 450.00 

320 Accountability 630.00 

610 Curriculum Supplies .00 

640 Prof. Books & Subsc. 1 1 .49 

2220 Educational Media 

600 Supplies 1,168.14 



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2223 Audio Visual Equipment/Supplies 

600 Supplies 212.26 

700 Property 536.98 

2300 Supporting Services - General Administration 

2310 School Board Services 

300 District Officers 1,092.81 

500 Purchased Services 117.00 

600 Supplies 376.27 

800 Other 1,098.45 

2320 Office of the Superintendent 

300 School Adm. Unit Expenses 16,420.98 

2400 Supporting Services - School Administration 

2410 Office of the Principal 

100 Principal Salaries 20,000.00 

200 Benefits 1,780.92 

400 Purchased Services - Maintenance 194.62 

500 Purchased Services - Misc. 1 ,041 .66 

2410 Office of the Principal 

600 Office Supplies 219.56 

700 Add'l. & Replacement .00 

800 Adm. Dues & Misc. 269.77 

2411 Secretarial 

100 Salaries 4,516.43 

200 Benefits 825.83 
2490 Other School Adm. Services 

800 Assembly Expenses 0.00 

2500 Supporting Services - Business 

2540 Operation & Maintenance of Plant 

100 Salaries 17,990.90 

200 Benefits 2,042.69 
400 Purchased Services - 

Trash & Snow Removal & Maint. 7,684.55 

500 Building Insurance 3,546.00 

600 Custodial-Utilities/Supplies 50,911.09 

700 Equipment 1,510.45 

2250 Pupil Transportation 

510 Student Transportation 40,145.00 

511 Special Education - Public In State 8,847.13 
513 Special Education - Private 12,471.94 

2560 Food Services 

260 Physicals .00 



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2600 Supporting Services - Managerial 

2620 300 Sp. Ed. Consortium 6,635.32 

2900 Supporting Services - Other 

2900 224 Retiree's Retirement 3,938.14 

226 Accrued Liability 867.96 

4000 Facilities Acquisition & Construction Services 

4600 460 Building Construction .00 

6000 Fund Transfers 

6500 880 School Lunch - Fed. Funds .00 

65 10 880 School Lunch - Dist. Funds 1 ,404.00 



Total Expenditures $545,044.71 

Unreserved Fund Balance June 30, 1982 4,545.77 

Grand Total Net Expenditures $540,498.94 



Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity 
For the Year Ending June 30, 1982 



1 . Fund Equity - 

Additions: 

2. Total Revenue 


July 1, 
s-Canci 


1981 
elled 


General 

$ 2,041.85 

538,457.09 


Capital 
Projects 

$75,000.00 


Total Available 

Deletions: 

3. Expenditures 

4. Other Deletion 
Total Deletions 


538,457.09 

545,044.71 
545,044.71 


75,000.00 
75,000.00 



5. Fund Equity - June 30, 1982 $ (4,545.77) $ .00 



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BALANCE SHEET - GENERAL 
June 30, 1982 



ASSETS 




100 Cash on Hand June 30, 1982 


$ 242.41 


130 Interfund Receivables 


289.07 


140 Intergovernmental Receivables 


4,960.88 



Total Assets $5,492.36 

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY 



Current Liabilities: 




420 Other Payables 




1290-561 - ConVal School Dist. 


$ 2,000.00 


1290-569 - Crotched Mountain 


3,212.00 


2553-511 - Sp. Ed. Consortium 


3,447.13 


2553-513 - Sp. Ed. Consortium 


1,029.00 


2540-442 - Barnes Waterproofing 


350.00 


Total Liabilities 


$10,038.13 


Unreserved Fund Balance 


(4,545.77) 


Total Liabilities and Fund Equity 


$ 5,492.36 



BALANCE SHEET - FEDERAL PROJECTS 
June 30, 1982 

ASSETS 
140 Intergovernmental Receivables $289.07 

Total Assets $289.07 

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY 
400 Interfund Payables $289.07 



Total Liabilities and Fund Equity $289.07 



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REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER 

Fiscal Year July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982 

SUMMARY 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1981 $ 2,103.55 

Received from Selectmen: 

Current Appropriation $486, 1 57 .00 

Deficit Appropriation 17,000.00 

Revenue from State Sources 25,782.05 

Revenue from Federal Sources 600.00 

Received as Income from Trust Funds 2,589.83 

Received from All Other Sources 3 , 862 . 8 1 



Total Receipts $535,991.69 



Total Amount Available for Fiscal Year $538,095.24 

Less School Board Orders Paid 537,852.83 



Balance on Hand June 30, 1982 $ 242.41 

LAWRENCE A BROWN, Treasurer 

July 5, 1982 

AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined the books, vouchers, 
bank statements, and other financial records of the treasurer of the 
school district of Wilton, N.H. of which the above is a true sum- 
mary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1982, and find them cor- 
rect in all aspects. 

WAYNE O. LAMMINEN 
DENNIS A. CLAIRE 

September 2, 1982 

School Administrative Unit Office Expenses 1981-82 

Budgeted- $132,134.00 

Returned- 18,000.00 

Balance- 114,134.00 

Wilton's Share 19,288.65 



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SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 

for Wilton Elementary School 

It is a pleasure to submit this report for the 1981-82 school year. 

The school year began with 264 students and three new staff 
members. Josephine Carlson was assigned to sixth grade, Virginia 
Gentes to grade two, and Marie Toomey was employed for the 
Readiness program. 

The school's curriculum continued to undergo its usual moni- 
toring and planning by the Curriculum Committee. Their work this 
year resulted in a revised report card designed to report student 
progress to parents more fully and specifically by detailing areas of 
strength and weakness. 

Staff Development continued its active and very positive role by 
monitoring individual staff development as well as by sponsoring 
several programs for all staff. 

The school year was punctuated with many fine performances 
by the students for the enjoyment of parents and the rest of the stu- 
dent population. The work of individual teachers in all of these ef- 
forts is most commendable. 

The school library continued to grow in materials, books, and 
student use with the generous help of Virginia Ferguson, Laura 
McGettigan, and corps of parent volunteers. On behalf of the 
students and staff we express our sincere appreciation to all of them 
for their caring help. 

Fiscally the School District was hit very hard by the change in 
the law dealing with the funding of Special Education programs. 
This necessitated a rechanneling of funds from several needy areas 
to pay for the cost of Out-of-District Placements. A total of 
$3,508.00 was rechanneled which had to be further augmented by a 
deficiency appropriation of $17,000.00 in order to satisfy all 
obligations. 

After a year in my position I can honestly say that it has been a 
pleasure to get to know the students and staff of the Wilton 
Elementary School. We are most happy to join their school com- 
munity which we have become a part of with the relocation of our 
School Administrative Office to their school. 

VINCENT J. FRANCO 

Superintendent of Schools 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 



Term Expires 
School District Officers 

Moderator: Mr. Vincent L. Alsfeld 
Clerk: Mrs. Helena Vander-Heyden 

Treasurer: Mr. Lawrence A. Brown 

Auditors: Mr. Howard F. Mason 

Mr. Dana Packard 



March 1983 
March 1983 
June 1983 
March 1983 
March 1983 



Chairman: 

Co-Chairman: 

Members: 



School Board Members 

Mr. Ronald Ravenscroft 
Mr. Fred B. Roedel 
Mr. Richard Rockwood 
Mrs. V. Lucille Watt 
Mr. Charles W. Wagner 



March 1984 
March 1984 
March 1983 
March 1985 
March 1985 



Budget Committee Members 

Mrs. Jessie Salisbury March 1983 

Mr. Earl Watts March 1983 

Mr. Stephen Blanchard March 1984 

Mr. Gerald N. Bragdon March 1985 

Mr. Eddie Lamminen, Jr. March 1985 



Superintendent of Schools 

Mr. Vincent J. Franco 



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State of New Hampshire 

SCHOOL WARRANT 

For Election of Officers on March 8, 1983 

To the inhabitants of the WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT qualified to vote in the 
WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE District Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet on the Eighth day of March 
1983. 

WILTON VOTERS at the Wilton Town Hall at 10:00 o'clock 
in the forenoon and LYNDEBOROUGH VOTERS at Citizens' 
Hall in Lyndeborough at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon, to vote for 
District Officers: 

1 . To choose a Moderator, by ballot, for the ensuing year. 

2. To choose one (1) member of the School Board, by ballot, 
from the Town of Wilton, with the member so chosen to serve a 
term of three years. 

3. To choose two (2) members of the Budget Committee, by 
ballot, one (1) from the town of Wilton and one (1) from the Town 
of Lyndeborough, with each member so chosen to serve a term of 
three (3) years. 

4. To choose, by ballot, two (2) Auditors for the ensuing year. 

Polls will open for balloting at designated hours above and will 
not close before 6:00 p.m. in Wilton and 6:00 p.m. in 
Lyndeborough. 

Given under our hands at said Wilton this second day of 
February 1983. 

RICHARD ROCKWOOD 

RONALD RAVENSCROFT A true C0 Py of Warrant — Attest: 

FRED. B. ROEDEL RICHARD ROCKWOOD 

V. LUCILLE WATT RONALD RAVENSCROFT 

CHARLES W. WAGNER FRED B - ROEDEL 
School Board v - LUCILLE WATT 

CHARLES W. WAGNER 
School Board 

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State of New Hampshire 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT WARRANT 

For Annual District Meeting on March 4, 1983 

To the inhabitants of the WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 
COOPERATIVE SCHOOL DISTRICT in the towns of WILTON 
and LYNDEBOROUGH in the County of Hillsborough, State of 
New Hampshire, qualified to vote upon District Affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at Wilton-Lyndeborough 
Cooperative Junior-Senior High School in said District on Friday, 
the fourth day of March 1983, at seven-thirty (7:30) o'clock in the 
evening to act upon the following: 

Notice: School District Officers to be elected at the Town 
Meeting to be held at the Town Hall in Wilton, and the Citizens' 
Hall in Lyndeborough, beginning at 10:00 o'clock in the morning 
on Tuesday, March 8, 1983. 

5. To hear reports of Agents, Auditors, Committees, or Of- 
ficers Chosen, and to pass any vote relating thereto. 

6. To see if the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School 
District will authorize the School Board to make application for 
and to accept, in the name of the District, such advances, grants-in- 
aid or other funds for educational purposes as may now or 
hereafter be forthcoming from the United States Government 
and/or State Agencies, and to expend the same for such projects as 
designated by the grant. 

7. To appropriate a sum of money not to exceed Eighty nine 
thousand nine hundred and thirty nine dollars ($89,939.00) for 
development of the Wilton-Lyndeborough Athletic Field Project 
and to authorize the School Board to make application for, and to 
accept, and to expend federal Land and Water Conservation Fund, 
grant funds, or other federal or state funds, which may be available 
for this project, to reduce the cost to the District. 

8. To see what sum of money the District will vote to raise and 
appropriate for the support of schools for the support of salaries of 
school district officers and agents and for payment of statutory 
obligations of the District. 



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9. To transact any other business that may legally come before 
this meeting. 

Given under our hands at said Wilton this sixteenth day of 
February 1983. 

RICHARD ROCKWOOD 
RONALD RAVENSCROFT 
FRED B. ROEDEL 
V. LUCILLE WATT 
CHARLES W. WAGNER 
School Board 

A true copy of Warrant - Attest: 
RICHARD ROCKWOOD 
RONALD RAVENSCROFT 
FRED B. ROEDEL 
V. LUCILLE WATT 
CHARLES W. WAGNER 

School Board 



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WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 

School Board Budget for 1983-84 









Budgeted 




Estimate 


Expenditures 






1982-83 




1983-84 


1-1000 


Instruction 










1-1100 


Regular Programs 










1100-112 


Teacher Salaries 


$33! 


$36! 


211 


BC/BS 




17,218.00 




20,003.00 


214 


Workers' Comp. 




1,164.00 




1,663.00 


222 


Retirement 




4,824.00 




6,023.00 


230 


Soc. Security 




22,288.00 




26,728.00 


260 


Unemployment 
Total 


$J 


2,070.00 


* 


2,520.00 




$80,214.00 


126,447.00 


1100-440 


Equipment Repairs & Maint. 


$ 


4,132.00 


$ 


4,850.00 


610 


Desk Supplies 




12,622.00 




13,649.00 


611 


Paper Supplies 




4,800.00 




4,800.00 


612 


Tests 




100.00 




100.00 


630 


Textbooks 




7,425.00 




11,168.00 


631 


Workbooks 




2,068.00 




2,089.00 


660 


Computer Programs 




770.00 




1,280.00 


741 


Add'l Equipment 




13,161.00 




12,972.00 


742 


Replacement Equipment 
Total 


$ 


2,128.00 


$ 


2,311.00 




47,206.00 


53,219.00 


1110-114 


Teacher Aide Salaries 


$ 


3,125.00 


$ 


3,125.00 


214 


Workers' Comp. 




10.00 




14.00 


230 


Soc. Security 




199.00 




226.00 


260 


Unemployment 
Total 


$ 


45.00 


$ 


47.00 




3,379.00 


3,412.00 


1120-122 


Substitute Salaries 


$ 


4,350.00 


$ 


4,350.00 


214 


Workers' Comp. 




15.00 




20.00 


230 


Soc. Security 




291.00 




315.00 


260 


Unemployment 
Total 


$ 


65.00 


$ 


65.00 




4,721.00 


4,750.00 


1130-122 


Homebound Salaries 


$ 


500.00 


$ 


500.00 


214 


Workers' Comp. 




2.00 




2.00 


230 


Soc. Security 




34.00 




36.00 


260 


Unemployment 
Total 


$ 


8.00 


$ 


8.00 




544.00 


546.00 



Total Regular Programs $436,064.00 $488,374.00 



29 



Expenditures 




1-1200 


Special Education Programs 


1200-122 


Sp. Ed. Teacher Salaries 


211 


BC/BS 


214 


Workers' Comp 


222 


Retirement 


230 


Soc. Security 


260 


Unemployment 




Total 


1200-440 


Equipment Repairs & Maint. 


610 


Desk Supplies 


630 


Textbooks 


631 


Workbooks 


741 


Add'l. Equipment 


742 


Replacement Equipment 


890 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


1-1290 


Tuition 


1290-561 


Public - In-State 


569 


Private 



Total 

Total Special Education Programs 

1-1300 Vocational Education Programs 

1300-561 Tuition - Public 



Budgeted 


Estimate 


1982-83 


1983-84 


$ 13,050.00 


$ 13,150.00 


829.00 


661.00 


46.00 


59.00 


189.00 


214.00 


875.00 


951.00 


90.00 


105.00 


$ 15,079.00 


$ 15,140.00 


$ 30.00 


$ 54.00 


65.00 


70.00 


15.00 


122.00 


425.00 


193.00 


90.00 


45.00 




219.00 


50.00 


50.00 


$ 675.00 


$ 753.00 


$ 


$ 22,200.00 


54,112.00 


19,600.00 


$ 54,112.00 


$ 41,800.00 



$ 69,866.00 $ 57,693.00 



$ 1,557.00 $ 1,557.00 



Total Vocational Education Programs 


$ 


1,557.00 


$ 1,557.00 


1-1400 


Other Instructional Programs 








1410-112 


Cocur. Athletic Act. 


Salaries 


$ 


7,170.00 


$ 9,170.00 


214 




Workers' Comp. 




25.00 


41.00 


222 




Retirement 




104.00 


149.00 


230 




Soc. Security 




480.00 


663.00 


260 


Total 


Unemployment 


$ 


108.00 


138.00 




7,887.00 


$ 10,161.00 


1410-440 


Equipment Repairs 


& Maint. 


$ 


300.00 


$ 300.00 


531 


Telephone 






600.00 




532 


Postage 






100.00 




590 


Purchased Services 






5,081.00 


8,672.00 


610 


Supplies 






2,875.00 


3,489.00 


810 


Dues 






248.00 


200.00 


890 


Miscellaneous 
Total 




$ 


850.00 


850.00 




10,054.00 


$ 13,511.00 



30 











Budgeted 




Estimate 


Expenditures 








1982-83 




1983-84 


1411-112 


Cocur. Academic Act. 


Salaries 


$ 


900.00 


$ 


1,425.00 


214 




Workers' Comp. 




4.00 




6.00 


222 




Retirement 




13.00 




23.00 


230 




Soc. Security 




60.00 




103.00 


260 


Total 


Unemployment 




14.00 




21.00 




$ 


991.00 


$ 


1,578.00 


1411-610 


Supplies 




$ 


600.00 


$ 


600.00 


810 


Dues 






125.00 




140.00 


890 


Miscellaneous 






300.00 




360.00 




Total 




$ 


1,025.00 


$ 


1,100.00 


1490-890 


Driver Education 
* Instruction Programs 




$ 
$ 


3,600.00 


$ 
$ 


1,500.00 


Total Othei 


23,557.00 


27,850.00 


1-2000 


Support Services 












1-2120 


Guidance Services 












2120-113 


Guidance Salaries 




$ 18,782.00 


$ 28,217.00 


211 


BC/BS 






1,105.00 




661.00 


214 


Workers' Comp. 




66.00 




127.00 


2120-222 


Guidance Retirement 




$ 


272.00 


$ 


460.00 


230 


Soc. Security 




1,259.00 




2,041.00 


260 


Unemployment 
Total 




90.00 


$ 


210.00 




$ 21,574.00 


31,716.00 


2120-370 


Testing 




$ 


252.00 


$ 


100.00 


610 


Supplies 






100.00 




100.00 


612 


Tests 






352.00 




200.00 


741 


Add'l. Equipment 






720.00 




442.00 


890 


Miscellaneous 






150.00 




150.00 




Total 
ince Services 




$ 
$ 


1,574.00 


$ 
$ 


992.00 


Total GuicU 


23,148.00 


32,708.00 


1-2130 


Health Services 












2132-330 


Academic Physicals 




$ 


600.00 


$ 


780.00 


2134-113 


Nurse's Salary 




$ 16,150.00 


$ 17,350.00 


211 


BC/BS 






829.00 




992.00 


214 


Workers' Comp. 




57.00 




78.00 


222 


Retirement 






234.00 




283.00 


230 


Soc. Security 






1,082.00 




1,255.00 


260 


Unemployment 
Total 


$ 


90.00 


$ 


105.00 




18,442.00 


20,063.00 


2134-532 


Postage 




$ 


15.00 


$ 


15.00 


610 


Supplies 






350.00 




375.00 


890 


Miscellaneous 
Total 




$ 


75.00 


$ 






440.00 


390.00 



Total Health Services 



$ 19,482.00 $ 21,233.00 



31 



Expenditures 




1-2210 


Improvement of Inst'l. Staff 


2210-270 


Course Reimbursement 


290 


Staff Development 


320 


Accountability 


640 


Prof. Books & Subsc. 


Total Improvement of Inst'l. Staff 


1-2220 


Education Media Services 


2222-113 


Librarian Salary 


211 


BC/BS 


214 


Workers' Comp. 


222 


Retirement 


230 


Soc. Security 


260 


Unemployment 




Total 


2222-440 


Equipment Repairs & Maint. 


453 


Rental of Films 


532 


Postage 


610 


Supplies 


630 


Library Books 


640 


Magazines & Periodicals 


742 


Replacement Equipment 




Total 


2223-610 


Audio- Visual Supplies 


741 


AV Add'l. Equipment 


742 


AV Replacement Equipment 



1-2310 


School Board Services 


2310-380 


School Board Members 


381 


Clerk 


382 


Treasurer 


383 


Supv. & Ballot Clerks 


384 


Moderator 


385 


Auditors 


520 


Treasurer's Bond 


521 


School Bd. Liability Ins 


532 


Postage 


610 


Supplies 


810 


Dues 


890 


Miscellaneous 




Total 


1-2320 


Office of the Supt. of Sc 


2320-351 


School Adm. Unit Expei 





Budgeted 
1982-83 


Estimate 
1983-84 


$ 


3,600.00 

1,160.00 

1,050.00 

250.00 


$ 3,000.00 

1,160.00 
250.00 


$ 


6,060.00 


$ 4,410.00 


$ 13,050.00 
829.00 


$ 14,100.00 
661.00 




46.00 


63.00 




189.00 


230.00 




875.00 
90.00 


1,020.00 
105.00 


$ 15,079.00 


$ 16,179.00 


$ 


300.00 


$ 300.00 




340.00 


340.00 




60.00 


60.00 




210.00 


210.00 




2,300.00 

1,100.00 

30.00 


2,300.00 

1,100.00 

30.00 



$ 4,340.00 $ 4,340.00 

$ 827.00 $ 1,092.00 

1,094.00 600.00 

100.00 130.00 



Total $ 2,021.00 $ 1,822.00 



Total Education Media Services $ 21,440.00 $ 22,341.00 



500.00 


$ 500.00 


400.00 


400.00 


400.00 


400.00 


200.00 


200.00 


25.00 


25.00 


200.00 


200.00 


283.00 


283.00 


2,500.00 


800.00 


150.00 


150.00 


250.00 


500.00 


370.00 


370.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 



$ 7,778.00 $ 6,328.00 
$ 24,767.00 $ 23,343.00 



Total General Adm. Services $ 32,545.00 $ 29,671.00 

32 



Expenditures 




1-2410 


Office of the Principal 


2410-111 


Principals' Salaries 


211 


BC/BS 


214 


Workers' Comp. 


222 


Retirement 


230 


Soc. Security 


260 


Unemployment 




Total 


2410-440 


Equipment Repairs & Maint 


531 


Telephone 


532 


Postage 


550 


Printing 


580 


Travel 


610 


Supplies 


741 


Add'l. Equipment 


742 


Replacement Equipment 


810 


Dues 


890 


Miscellaneous - Sec'y Bond 




Total 


2411-115 


Secretarial Salaries 


214 


Workers' Comp. 


230 


Soc. Security 


260 


Unemployment 



Budgeted 

1982-83 


Estimate 
1983-84 


$ 27,200.00 

1,050.00 

95.00 


$ 29,376.00 

1,653.00 

132.00 


395.00 


479.00 


1,823.00 
90.00 


2,125.00 
105.00 


$ 30,653.00 


$ 33,870.00 


$ 1,400.00 

3,000.00 

650.00 


$ 1,540.00 

3,350.00 

650.00 


500.00 


400.00 


250.00 


250.00 


800.00 


800.00 


1,550.00 
650.00 


1,950.00 
775.00 


28.00 


30.00 


$ 8,828.00 


$ 9,745.00 


$ 17,463.00 
61.00 


$ 18,821.00 
85.00 


1,170.00 
224.00 


1,361.00 
229.00 



Total $ 18,918.00 $20,496.00 



Total Office of the Principal Services $ 58,399.00 $ 64,111.00 

1-2490 Other School Adm. Services 

2490-890 Assembly & Graduation Exp. $ 960.00 $ 960.00 

Total Other School Adm. Services $ 960.00 $ 960.00 

1-2540 Operation & Maint. of Plant Services 

2540-117 Custodial Salaries 
211 BC/BS 

214 Workers' Comp. 

230 Social Security 

260 Unemployment 

Total 

2540-431 Trash Removal 

432 Snow Removal 

440 Equipment Repairs & Maint. 

441 Maintenance of Grounds 

442 Building Repairs 

443 Building Maintenance 
520 Building Insurance 
610 Custodial Supplies 

33 



$ 26,784.00 


$ 23,380.00 


1,671.00 


2,000.00 


1,071.00 


994.00 


1,795.00 


1,691.00 


270.00 


210.00 


$ 31,591.00 


$ 28,275.00 


$ 1,300.00 


$ 1,500.00 


650.00 


650.00 


800.00 


550.00 


700.00 


850.00 


3,150.00 


2,500.00 


3,795.00 


9,567.00 


3,911.00 


4,268.00 


5,300.00 


5,830.00 



Expenditures 

653 
654 


Electricity 
Electric Heat 


655 
656 


Outdoor Lighting 
Water & Sewer 


742 


Replacement Equipment 



Total 

Total Operation & Maint. of Plant 

1-2550 Pupil Transportation Services 

2553-510 Voc. Ed. Transportation 

2553-511 Sp. Ed. Transp. - Public 
513 Private 

Total 

2554-510 Field Trip Transportation 
515 Academic Comp. Transp. 

Total 
2559-519 Athletic Comp. Transp. 

Total Pupil Transportation Services 

1-2560 Food Services 

2560-290 School Lunch Physicals 

Total Food Services 

1-2620 



2623-330 



Planning, Research, Development, 

and Evaluation Services 
Sp. Ed. Consortium 



Total Planning, Etc. Services 

1-2630 Information Services 

2639-580 Travel & Conferences 

Total Information Services 

1-2900 Other Support Services 

2900-224 Retiree's Retirement 

Total Other Support Services 

1-4000 Facilities Acquisition & 

Construction Services 

4200-710 Sites 

4600-460 Building Construction 

Total Acquisition & Constr. Services 



Budgeted 


Estimate 


1982-83 


1983-84 


28,000.00 


28,880:00 


27,000.00 


32,577.00 


2,592.00 


2,493.00 


1,240.00 


3,234.00 


2,500.00 


1,960.00 



$ 80,938.00 $ 94,859.00 



$112,529.00 $123,134.00 

$ 2,246.00 $ 5,400.00 

$ $ 12,962.00 

26,776.00 6,600.00 

$ 26,776.00 $ 19,562.00 

$ 600.00 $ 400.00 

700.00 400.00 

$ 1,300.00 $ 800.00 

$ 6,600.00 $ 6,600.00 

$ 36,922.00 $ 32,362.00 

$ 60.00 $ 



60.00 $ 0.00 



$ 5,255.00 $ 5,781.00 



$ 5,255.00 $ 5,781.00 



$ 300.00 $ 350.00 



$ 300.00 $ 350.00 

$ 1,411.00 $ 917.00 



$ 1,411.00 $ 917.00 



$ 1.00 $ 1.00 

5,000.00 5,000.00 



$ 5,001.00 $ 5,001.00 



34 



Expenditures 

1-6000 Fund Transfers 

6510-880 School Lunch District Funds 

Total Fund Transfers 

9-5100 Debt Services 

5100-830 Principal of Debt $ 60,000.00 $ 60,000.00 

840 Interest on Debt 31,200.00 27,300.00 



Budgeted 

1982-83 




Estimate 
1983-84 


$ 1,764.00 


$ 




$ 1,764.00 


$ 


0.00 



Total Debt Services $ 91,200.00 $ 87,300.00 

Grand Total Amount Required 

to Meet School Board Budget $947,520.00 $1,005,753.00 

Estimate Estimate 

Receipts 1982-83 1983-84 

Unreserved Fund Balance 6-30 $ 39,983.53 $ 47,612.00 

1000 Revenue from Local Sources 

1500 Earnings on Investments 

1510 Interest $ 3,500.00 $ 5,000.00 

1900 Other Revenue from Local Sources 

1910 Rentals $ 400.00 $ 400.00 



Total Revenue from Local Sources $ 3,900.00 $ 5,400.00 

3000 Revenue from State Sources 

3100 Unrestricted Grants-in-Aid 

3120 Sweepstakes $ 5,968.00 $ 

3140 Foster Children 400.00 400.00 



Total $ 6,368.00 $ 400.00 

3200 Restricted Grants-in-Aid 

3210 School Building Aid $ 21,182.00 $ 21,182.00 

3230 Driver Education 3,600.00 1,500.00 

3290 Handicapped Aid 17,139.00 17,139.00 



Total $ 41,921.00 $ 39,821.00 



Total Revenue from State Sources $ 48,289.00 $ 40,221.00 

4000 Revenue from Federal Sources 

4400 Restricted Grants-in-Aid thru State 

4430 Voc. Ed. Transportation $ 2,246.00 $ 2,124.00 



Total Revenue from Federal Sources $ 2,246.00 $ 2,124.00 

Grand Total Estimated Receipts $ 94,418.53 $ 95,357.00 

Grand Total Amount Required 

to Meet School Board Budget $947,520.00 $1,005,753.00 

Estimated Receipts 94,418.53 95,357.00 



Grand Total Assessment $853,101.47 $ 910,396.00 

35 



Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School District 

BUDGET COMMITTEE'S BUDGET 

1983-84 



Section 1 

Purpose of Appropriation 

Function 
1000 Instruction 
1100 Regular Programs 
1200 Special Programs 
1300 Vocational Programs 
1400 Other Instructional Programs 
2000 Support Services 
2120 Guidance 
2130 Health 

2210 Improvement of Instruction 
2220 Educational Media 
2310 All Other Objects 
2320 351 S.A.U. Management Serv. 
2400 School Administration Services 
2540 Operation & Maint. of Plant 
2550 Pupil Transportation 
2600 Managerial Services 
2900 Other Support Services 
3000 Communities Services 
5100 830 Principal 
5100 840 Interest 
5240 To Food Service Fund 

Total Appropriations 





School 


Budget 


Approved 


Board's 


Comm. 


Budget 


Budget 


Recom. 


1981-82 


1982-83 


1982-83 


$436,064.00 $ 


488,374.00 $ 


488,374.00 


69,866.00 


57,693.00 


57,693.00 


1,557.00 


1,557.00 


1,557.00 


23,557.00 


27,850.00 


27,850.00 


23,148.00 


32,708.00 


32,708.00 


19,482.00 


21,233.00 


21,233.00 


6,060.00 


4,410.00 


4,410.00 


21,440.00 


22,341.00 


22,341.00 


7,778.00 


6,328.00 


6,328.00 


24,767.00 


23,343.00 


23,343.00 


59,359.00 


65,071.00 


65,071.00 


112,529.00 


123,134.00 


123,134.00 


36,922.00 


32,362.00 


32,362.00 


5,555.00 


6,131.00 


6,131.00 


1,411.00 


917.00 


917.00 


5,001.00 


5,001.00 


5,001.00 


60,000.00 


60,000.00 


60,000.00 


31,200.00 


27,300.00 


27,300.00 


1,824.00 







$947,520.00$ 1,005,753.00 $1,005,753.00 



36 



Section II 




Revenues & Credits Available 


to Reduce School Taxes 


770 


Unreserved Fund Balance 


3120 


Sweepstakes 


3140 


Foster Children 


3210 


School Building Aid 


3230 


Driver Education 


3240 


Handicapped Aid 


4430 


Vocational Education-Transp 


1500 


Earnings on Investments 




Other 



Estimated Revenues 






School 


Budget 


Revised 


Board's 


Committee 


Revenues 


Budget 


Budget 


1981-82 


1982-83 


1982-83 


$ 39,983.53 $ 


47,612.00 $ 


47,612.00 


5,968.00 






400.00 


400.00 


400.00 


21,182.00 


21,182.00 


21,182.00 


3,600.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


17,139.00 


17,139.00 


17,139.00 


2,246.00 


2,124.00 


2,124.00 


3,500.00 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 


400.00 


400.00 


400.00 



Total School Revenues and Credits 
District Assessment 



$ 94,418.53 $ 95,357.00 $ 95,357.00 
853,101.47 910,396.00 910,396.00 



Total Revenues and District Assessment $947,520.00 $1,005,753.00 $1,005,753.00 

(School portion of the Business Profits Tax $45,128.25 - W; 

$9,011,58 - L - 1982 

to be applied to the District Assessment 

when computing the School Tax Rate. ) 

1981 - $44,789.79 - W 

1981 - $9,593.42 - L 

GERALD N. BRAGDON 
STEPHEN K. BLANCHARD 
EARL W. WATTS 
EDDIE J. LAMMINEN, JR. 
JESSIE SALISBURY 
Budget Committee 
February 11, 1983 



37 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF SCHOOL BOARD 

Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1982 

RECEIPTS 

1000 Revenue from Local Sources 

1100 Taxes 

1121 Current Appropriation $857,884.00 

1500 Earnings on Investments 

1510 Interests on Investments 5,183.27 

1700 Pupil Activities 

1710 Athletics .00 

1900 Other Local Revenue 

1910 Rentals 760.00 

1990 Other Local Revenue 8.00 

3000 Revenue from State Sources 

3100 Unrestricted Grants-In-Aid 

3120 Sweepstakes 6,079.00 

3130 Incentive-Aid 2,121.41 

3140 Foster Children 600.00 

3200 Restricted Grants-In-Aid 

3210 School Building Aid 28,290.43 

3230 Driver Education 1,000.00 

3240 Handicapped Aid 23,871.20 

4000 Revenue from Federal Sources 

4400 Rest. Grants-In-Aid thru State 

4430 Vocational Education Transportation 2,124.48 

5000 Other Sources 

5100 Sale of Bonds and Notes 

5300 Insurance Recovery - Sold Assets 229.89 



Grand Total Receipts $928, 15 1 .68 

Cash on Hand June 30, 1981 -4,977.12 

$923,174.56 



38 






EXPENDITURES 



1000 Instruction 

1100 Regular Programs 



112 Teacher Salaries 


$308,854.32 


200 Benefits 


38,878.40 


400 Equip. Repairs & Maint. 


4,136.65 


600 Supplies 


21,910.78 


700 Equip. Add'l. & Replacement 


3,059.13 


1110 Teacher Aid 




1 14 Teacher Aid Salaries 


1,511.05 


200 Benefits 


129.19 


1120 Substitute Teachers 




122 Substitute Salaries 


7,425.00 


200 Benefits 


558.72 


1130 Homebound 




122 Homebound Salaries 


1,620.00 


200 Benefits 


117.24 


1200 Special Education Programs 




1200 Special Education 




112 Sp. Ed. Teacher Salaries 


12,000.00 


200 Benefits 


1,449.99 


400 Equipment Repairs & Maint. 


39.12 


600 Supplies 


406.85 


700 Equipment - Replacement & Add'l. 


97.14 


800 Miscellaneous 


10.00 


1290 Tuition 




561 Public In-State 


5,367.16 


562 Public Out-of-State 


12,105.18 


569 Private 


24,271.16 


1300 561 Vocational Education Tuition 


1,816.50 


1400 Other Instructional Programs 




1410 112 Cocur. Ath. Act. Salaries 


6,960.00 


214 Benefits 


628.97 


400 Equipment Repairs & Maint. 


387.90 


500 Purchased Services 


3,133.19 


600 Supplies 


3,636.14 


800 Misc. & Dues 


883.62 


1411 Cocur. Acad. Act. 




100 Salaries 


600.00 


200 Benefits 


66.42 


600 Supplies 


503.45 


800 Misc. & Dues 


259.70 



39 



1490 Driver Education 



200 Benefits 


3.53 


400 Equipment Repairs 


23.06 


500 Insurance 


188.00 


600 Supplies 


145.55 


800 Misc. 


700.00 


2100 Guidance Services 




2120 Guidance 




100 Salaries 


18,339.00 


200 Benefits 


2,270.65 


600 Tests & Supplies 


796.54 


800 Misc. -Counseling 


3,437.50 


2130 Health Services 




100 Salaries 


15,551.00 


200 Benefits 


1,900.45 


300 Physicals 


291.00 


500 Postage 


10.00 


600 Supplies 


339.72 


2200 Support Services - Instructional Staff 




2210 Improvement of Inst. Services 




200 Course Reimbursement & Staff Dev. 


1,531.00 


300 Accountability 


1,050.00 


600 Prof. Books & Subsc. 


65.00 


2220 Educational Media Services 




113 Salaries 


12,000.00 


200 Benefits 


1,469.50 


440 Equipment & Repairs 


281.66 


453 Rental of Films 


117.50 


500 Postage 


50.00 


600 Supplies 


3,596.29 


2223 Audio- Visual Supplies 




610 Supplies 


670.77 


700 Replacement Equipment 


446.00 


2300 Support Services - General Adm. 




2310 School Board Services 




380 School Board Members 


500.00 


381 Clerk 


305.00 


382 Treasurer 


350.00 


383 Supv., Ballot Clerk, Moderator 


185.00 


385 Auditors 


200.00 


390 Legal Fees 


25.00 



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520 Treasurer's Bond 30.00 

532 Postage 114.00 

800 Dues & Misc. 2,470.34 

600 Supplies 457.35 
2320 Office of Supt. of Schools 

351 School Adm. Unit Expenses 21,534.09 

2400 Support Services - School Adm. 

2410 Office of the Principal 

111 Principal Salaries 24,521.82 

200 Benefits 2,403.41 

400 Equip. Repairs & Maint. 1 ,072.55 

500 Purchased Services 3,586.41 

600 Supplies 780.23 

700 Additional Equipment 890.00 

800 Dues & Misc. 655.30 

2411 Secretarial 

115 Salaries 15,469.44 

200 Benefits 1,303.17 
2490 Other School Adm. Services 

890 Assembly & Graduation Exp. 566.54 

2500 Support Services - Business 

2540 Operation & Maint. of Plant Services 



117 Salaries 


25,039.22 


200 Benefits 


3,958.32 


400 Maint. Services 


29,029.21 


500 Building Insurance 


3,922.00 


600 Supplies & Utilities 


65,338.83 


700 Replacement Equipment 


2,227.06 


800 Misc. 


12.58 


2550 Pupil Transportation Services 




2553 Special Ed. Transportation 




511 In State Transportation 


2,680.00 


512 Out of State Transportation 


1,388.16 


513 Private 


11,511.30 


2554 510 Field Trip Transportation 


762.08 


2559 519 Athletic Transportation 


5,432.98 


2560 Food Services 




2560 School Lunch Workers 




214 Worker's Comp. 


.00 


260 Unemployment 


210.00 


290 Physicals 


30.00 



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2620 Support Services - Managerial 

2620 Planning, Research, Etc. 

330 Special Education Consortium 4,577.20 

2639 580 Travel & Conferences 1,000.17 

2900 Other Support Services 

2900 224 Retiree's Retirement 883.98 

4000 Facilities Acquisition & Construction Services 

4200 Sites 

710 7,785.07 

4600 Building Construction 

460 4,260.03 

6000 Fund Transfers 

6510 880 District Funds 1,764.00 

5100 Debt Service 

830 Principal of Debt. 70,500.00 

840 Interest on Debt. 35,362.50 

Grand Total Amount Required 

to meet School Board's Budget 883,191.03 



Balance on Hand June 30, 1982 39,983.53 



Total $923,174.56 



Statement of Analysis of Changes in Fund Equity 
For the Year Ending June 30, 1982 

General 

1. Fund Equity -July 1,1981 $ (4,977.12) 

Additions: 

2. Revenue 928,151.68 



Total Available 923,174.56 

Deletions: 

3. Expenditures 883,191.03 



Fund Equity - June 30, 1982 39,983.53 

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BALANCE SHEET - GENERAL 

June 30, 1982 

ASSETS 
100 Cash on Hand - June 30, 1982 $44,916.65 

130 Inter- fund receivables $ 74.47 

140 Inter-government receivables 3,037.65 



Total Receivables 3,112.12 



Total Assets $48,028.77 

LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY 
Current Liabilities: 
420 Other Payables 

1100 Regular Education $ 175.00 

1200 Special Education 4,110.24 

1300 Voc. Ed. 519.00 

2140 S. Counseling 200.00 

2500 Transportation 2,640.00 



Total Liabilities $ 7,644.24 

Total Fund Equity 40,384.53 



Total Liabilities and Fund Equity $48,028.77 



SCHEDULE OF NOTES AND BONDS 
June 30, 1982 

New High School 

Bonds & Notes Outstanding- July 1, 1981 $550,500.00 

Issued During the Year .00 

Retired During the Year 70,500.00 



Bonds/Notes Outstanding - June 30, 1 982 $480,000.00 



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STATUS OF SCHOOL NOTES AND BONDS 
ON NEW SCHOOL 

Lot A School Bonds — Amount: $600,000 





Rate: 6.30% 




Date of Issue: 6-15-70 




Payment 
Date 


Interest 
Payable 


Coupon 
Numbers 


Principal 
Payable 


Maturing 

Bond 

Numbers 


Total 

Payment 

Due 


6-15-83 


7,560 


26 


30,000 


73-78 


37,560 


12-15-83 


6,615 


27 






6,615 


6-15-84 


6,615 


28 


30,000 


79-84 


36,615 


12-15-84 


5,670 


29 






5,670 


6-15-85 


5,670 


30 


30,000 


85-90 


35,670 


12-15-85 


4,725 


31 






4,725 


6-15-86 


4,725 


32 


.30,000 


91-96 


34,725 


12-15-86 


3,780 


33 






3,780 


6-15-87 


3,780 


34 


30,000 


97-102 


33,780 


12-15-87 


2,835 


35 






2,835 


6-15-88 


2,835 


36 


30,000 


103-108 


32,835 


12-15-88 


1,890 


37 






1,890 


6-15-89 


1,890 


38 


30,000 


109-114 


31,890 


12-15-89 


945 


39 






945 


6-15-90 


945 


40 


30,000 


115-120 


30,945 



STATUS OF SCHOOL NOTES AND BONDS 
ON NEW SCHOOL 





Lot B School Bonds 


— Amount: 


$600,000 






Rate: 6.70% 




Date of Issue: 6-15-70 




Payment 
Date 


Interest 
Payable 


Coupon 
Numbers 


Principal 
Payable 


Maturing 

Bond 

Numbers 


Total 

Payment 

Due 


6-15-83 


9,040 


26 


30,000 


73-78 


38,040 


12-15-83 


7,035 


27 






7,035 


6-15-84 


7,035 


28 


30,000 


79-84 


37,035 


12-15-84 


6,030 


29 






6,030 


6-15-85 


6,030 


30 


30,000 


85-90 


36,030 


12-15-85 


5,025 


31 






5,025 


6-15-86 


5,025 


32 


30,000 


91-96 


35,025 


12-15-86 


4,020 


33 






4,020 


6-15-87 


4,020 


34 


30,000 


97-102 


34,020 


12-15-87 


3,015 


35 






3,015 


6-15-88 


3,015 


36 


30,000 


103-108 


33,015 


12-15-88 


2,010 


37 






2,010 


6-15-89 


2,010 


38 


30,000 


109-114 


32,010 


12-15-89 


1,005 


39 






1,005 


6-15-90 


1,005 


40 


30,000 


115-120 


31,005 



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REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER 

Fiscal Year July 1, 1982 to June 30, 1983 

SUMMARY 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1982 $ 5,102.40 
Received from Selectmen: 

Current Appropriation 857,884.00 

Revenue from State Sources 64,278.87 

Revenue from Federal Sources 600.00 

Received from all other Sources 13,597.78 



Total Receipts $930,360.65 

Total Amount Available for Fiscal Year $941,463.05 



Less School Board Orders Paid 896,546.40 



Balance on Hand June 30, 1982 44,916.65 

LAWRENCE A. BROWN, District Treasurer 
July 6, 1982 

AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined the books, vouchers, 
bank statements and other financial records of the treasurer of the 
school district of Wilton-Lyndeborough of which the above is a 
true summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1982 and find 
hem correct in all respects. 

HOWARD F. MASON 

DANA L. PACKARD, Auditors 

August 25, 1982 



SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE UNIT NO. 63 EXPENSES 

Budgeted $132,134.00 

Returned 18,000.00 

Balance 114,134.00 

Wilton-Lyndeborough Coop. Share $24,767.08 



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SCHOOL LUNCH REPORT 

1981-82 

The summary below covers the receipts, expenditures, and the 
balances of the School Lunch Program at the Wilton-Lynde- 
borough Cooperative School, the Wilton Elementary School, and 
the Lyndeborough Central School for the fiscal year 1981-82. 

Cash on Hand July 1, 1981: $7,968.63 



Receipts: 








Lunch & Milk Sales ■ 


• Children 


$28,869.29 




Lunch & Milk Sales ■ 


■ Adults 


1,834.95 




Reimbursements 




18,961.00 




District Appropriations 


3,600.00 




Miscellaneous 




680.41 




Snack Bar Receipts 




28,040.29 




Total Receipts 






81,985.94 


Total Available Cash 




$89,954.57 


Expenditures: 








Food and Milk 




$27,944.54 




Labor 




27,860.33 




Other 




2,669.71 




Snack Bar Food 




17,067.57 




Snack Bar Labor 




2,919.96 


78,462.11 


Balance on Hand June 30, 1982 




$11,492.46 


Lunch Program: 


Receipts 


Expenditures 


Balance 


School Lunch 


$53,945.65 


$58,474.58 


-$4,528.93 


Snack Bar 


28,040.29 


19,987.53 + 8,052.76 



+ $3,523.83 

I certify that the above information is true and correct; that the 
cash balance has been determined by actual count and/or verifica- 
tion of the checkbook balance; and that invoices and other perti- 
nent records as required are on file to substantiate the School 
Lunch Program transactions. 



Respectfully submitted, 
SALLY J. REYNOLDS, Bookkeeper 
July 14, 1982 



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Audited & approved: 
HOWARD F. MASON 
DANA L. PACKARD 

August 25, 1982 



SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT 
FOR WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH COOPERATIVE SCHOOL 

It is a pleasure to submit this report for the 1981-82 school year. 

The school year began with 322 students and several new staff 
members. The physical education staff experienced a total turnover 
with the appointments of Patricia Connolly and David Finch. Mr. 
Finch was also appointed to the position of Athletic Director. Jane 
Boucher was appointed Special Education Teacher, Alicia DeLucia 
was appointed Foreign Language Teacher, and Richard Oates was 
assigned to the Business Department. 

The school year began with the appointment of a new principal, 
Mr. William L. Pattison who was elected by the School Board after 
being nominated by the Superintendent upon the recommendation 
of a faculty-community screening committee. 

In general the school experienced a return to a more structured 
environment which proved to be more conducive to learning. For 
this very important and significant change the faculty, administra- 
tion, and student body are to be commended. Mr. Pattison' s ef- 
forts as principal were augmented, due to an unfortunate absence 
necessitated by serious family illness, by Acting Principal David 
Campbell who once again was called upon to lead the school. 

A substantial start was made on energy saving programs at the 
school with the installation of two sets of interior doors and the 
replacement of gymnasium lights with energy efficient fixtures. 

The development and implementation of an Athletic Policy for 
students participating in the Interscholastic Athletic program was 
well received and resulted in a closer adherence to those sound prin- 
ciples of sportsmanship which the program is designed to teach. 

In an effort to improve communications within the school com- 
munity a Student Advisory Council to the Superintendent was 
formed. Two students from grades 10, 11, and 12 were elected to 
represent the student body. Seniors Julie Reynolds and John 
Pollock; Juniors Ray Ward and Sharyl Wagner; and Sophomores 
Tracy Pelletier and Ralph Edmunds gave very generously of their 
time and thoughts in a very reasonable and mature manner. Their 
efforts were greatly appreciated. 

A major question addressed by the school districts during the 
year was whether or not the Wilton Elementary and Lyndeborough 
Elementary School Districts should be annexed to the Wilton- 
Lyndeborough Cooperative School District. After much discussion 
and examination of all issues related to the question the attempt 



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failed, Wilton having voted in favor of the proposed annexation 
and Lyndeborough voting against it. 

The March elections brought the retirement of School Board 
Members Gerald N. Bragdon and Eddie Lamminen and the elec- 
tion of Lucille Watt and Richard Rockwood. The Chairmanship of 
the School Board passed from Charles Wagner to Ronald Ravens- 
croft. 

The school year ended as smoothly as it had begun with a very 
well attended and beautiful graduation ceremony during which 48 
young men and women received well earned high school diplomas. 
For those young people who come after them we shall continue to 
do our best to improve an already good school. With the dedication 
of the staff, the cooperation of the students and their parents, and 
the support of the communities which we serve all of us look for- 
ward to the opportunities that the future will offer to achieve this 
goal. 

VINCENT J. FRANCO, 

Superintendent of Schools 



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WILTON POLICE DEPT. 654-9452 

WILTON FIRE DEPT. 654-9212 

WILTOM AMBULANCE 654-9212 

WILTON TOWN OFFICE 654-945 1 

Wilton Board of Selectmen 

(Meetings Monday Evenings 7:00) 
Tax Collector 
Town Clerk 

Town Office Hours: 

Mon.-Tues.-Thurs.-Fri. 9:00 to 4:00 

Wed. 12:00 to 6:00 

WILTON HIGHWAY GARAGE 654-6602 

WILTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 654-6714 

WILTON-LYNDEBOROUGH 

COOPERATIVE SCHOOL 654-6123 

WILTON RECYCLE CENTER 654-6150 
Recycle Hours: 

Tues.-Thurs.* 1:00 to 5:00 

Wed. 7:30 to 11:00 

Sat. 9:00 to 5:00 

Sun. 9:00 to 2:00 
*Open until 7:00 Thurs. during Summer 

WILTON PUBLIC & GREGG FREE LIBRARY 654-2581 

Library Hours: 

Mon.-Fri. 2:00 to 5:00 

Tues. 9:00 to 12:00, 2:00 to 8:00 

Wed.-Thurs. 2:00 to 8:00 

Sat. 9:00 to 12:00 

Cover Photo by Annamarie Pennucci